"Just as the Fourth Amendment's right to privacy has been declared enforceable against the states through the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth, it is enforceable by the same sanction . . . as is used against the federal government. Were it otherwise, . . . the assurance against unreasonable searches and seizures would be 'a form of words,' valueless . . . 'in the concept of ordered liberty."
Justice Tom Clark, Mapp v. Ohio (1961) Which two principles are addressed in the excerpt
I. The incorporation doctrine
II. The concept of eminent domain
III. The exclusionary rule
IV. The "wall of separation" doctrine