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individual liberty

noun
1.
the liberty of an individual to exercise freely those rights generally accepted as being outside of governmental control.
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  • The court did not prohibit changes in the balance between individual liberty and security.
  • It's another example of the intersection between individual liberty and the costs that liberty imposes on others.
  • It is easy to forget that individual liberty also has value.
  • It is individual liberty and reaping the reward of your efforts versus elitism and expropriation by the elites.
  • He doesn't give lectures on the importance of open borders to individual liberty.
  • We need to remember what made our country great from the beginning: individual liberty.
  • Discussions on utilitarianism often forget the impact of individual liberty.
  • But the strongest argument for legalising gambling is also the simplest: individual liberty.
  • Western democracy included individual liberty, as well as equality.
  • The lunacy to stand opposed to individual liberty and the ability to protect individual liberty has to end.

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