At the far right of the spectrum lies anarchy and at the left, slavery. One is compelled to place ones views somewhere on the spectrum because there is no other option (except no view at all).
There is an immutable philosophical foundation for both individual and collective rights.
We have then the gray area of logic which simply means that the exact legal phraseology needed to write down the correct law of the land is impossible to obtain, in principle. Political fairness is accomplished not by the interpretation of a static document but rather by a "methodology of rule" (an action rather than an object . . . a process rather than a body of law).
The fullest potential of man is to be found in political freedom.In this state, the balance to be struck between slavery and license is determined by all the men of the collective all of whom are initially considered equal. They choose their own leadership and place them in a hierarchical structure to oversee the operation of the collective and insure that individual freedom is maximized for all.
What constitutes "maximizing individual freedom for all" is always the bone of contention. Hence, the right to peacefully remove those leaders who displease is never given up.
The fairest of all possible such systems is given here in these pages.