It was called freedom.
The march of modern liberalism can be defined as simply putting the word "illegal" in front of almost any other word. For example, we now have:
Illegal business practices
I could go on listing hundreds of thousands of things that are now illegal. Then there are the millions of little regulations that control every aspect of every product from cars, to food, to computers. If violated, the object becomes illegal.
It is kind of odd when you think about it. Back in the early 1900's, it required a Constitutional Amendment to give the government the power to make alcohol illegal. Nowadays, it doesn't even require the passage of a law to make something illegal -- just a new regulation from some government agency that is run by unelected bureaucrats.
How can that be Constitutional? Why do we have to obey laws that are not passed by the Congress? Why do we have to obey laws that are well beyond the powers given the government by the Constitution?
The regulations that businesses must obey are now so numerous and complex -- and so changeable -- that if the government doesn't like you, they can always find something that you did wrong. And with this administration, if you are in business at all, they don't like you.
Very soon we will have "illegal health care providers". As the government ramps up the controlled medical care bureaucracy, I expect a huge outbreak of "health crimes" that will require a whole new breed of enforcers.
But I must admit that liberals are working to remove the word "illegal" in some areas.
Soon there will be no such thing as an "illegal alien".