Majority rule is a means for organizing government and deciding public issues", according to the United States of America International Information (http://usinfo.state.gov/products/pubs/principles/majority.htm. ret: 4/21/08).
Practically, this is another route to liberty which may mean that not a single person or organized institution is given the prerogative to neither be dominant over the others nor cart off the rights of self-determination as well as its inherent privileges.
(http://usinfo.state.gov/products/pubs/principles/majority.htm. ret: 4/21/08).
The relationship between the two is that the principles of majority rule and minority rights identically support an egalitarian form of government in the United States of America. An example to this is the "Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which make illegal employment discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. It applies to all colleges and universities, public or private that have at least fifteen employees. The U.S. Constitution prohibits state employment in violation of the equal protection of the laws, and applies to all public institutions of higher education. Title VII and the Constitution jointly establish what is required and permitted with respect to affirmative action in higher education" (The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1964).
Another example which exhibits the duality of the constitution is the No Child Left Behind Act of the NCLB, a constitutional provision ensuring the right of all children to be studying in school (Henley, Mcbride, Milligan, and Nichols, 2007). ...