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  • essential to free Governments, that the Security of Property, and the Freedom of Speech always go together; and in those wretched Countries where a Man
    79 KB (11,598 words) - 08:30, 20 January 2016
  • human dignity. The rule of law, limits on the power of the state, respect for women, private property, free speech, equal justice, and religious tolerance
    440 KB (57,327 words) - 12:30, 12 February 2016
  • Page, Property (1935). If individuals exercise the freedom to seek their own gain through competitive struggle and to acquire unlimited wealth and property
    64 KB (8,597 words) - 08:28, 10 February 2016
  • sides and angles. Human slavery has been swept away. With security of personal rights has come security of property rights. The freedom of the human mind
    462 KB (68,337 words) - 16:14, 12 February 2016
  • protection of intellectual property. Notwithstanding the fact that the most innovative and progressive space we've seen — the Internet — has been the place where
    40 KB (5,913 words) - 05:37, 2 November 2015
  • George W. Bush (category Presidents of the United States)
    human dignity: the rule of law; limits on the power of the state; respect for women; private property; free speech; equal justice; and religious tolerance
    333 KB (46,064 words) - 18:47, 31 January 2016
  • sufficiently demonstrated in the ten years of destruction of all material and intellectual freedom, of all moral substance among the German people, what they
    114 KB (17,917 words) - 18:45, 4 February 2016
  • claim their moral and political agency. Bill Moyers, "The Power of Democracy", speech accepting the Public Intellectual Award of the Woodrow Wilson National
    84 KB (11,833 words) - 14:13, 12 February 2016
  • Vladimir Lenin (category Heads of government)
    (including the party) is also free to expel members who use the name of the party to advocate anti-party views. Freedom of speech and the press must be
    98 KB (13,454 words) - 18:07, 29 December 2015
  • John F. Kennedy (category Members of the United States House of Representatives)
    free speech and political freedom than McCarthy ever attempted. It wasn't a Republican president who locked up thousands of loyal Americans of Japanese
    282 KB (40,157 words) - 23:21, 11 February 2016
  • Benjamin Franklin (category Founding Fathers of the United States of America)
    strength and vigor from a popular examination into the action of the magistrates. "On Freedom of Speech and the Press", Pennsylvania Gazette (17 November 1737)
    81 KB (11,496 words) - 23:22, 16 January 2016
  • Richard Nixon (category Members of the United States House of Representatives)
    senator makes a political speech, has it printed, should charge the printing of that speech and the mailing of that speech to the taxpayers? Do you think
    59 KB (8,414 words) - 01:22, 3 January 2016
  • support freedom of assembly, and freedom of speech, and freedom of the press, a free and open Internet, strong civil societies, because the voices of the people
    657 KB (93,376 words) - 19:15, 17 January 2016
  • forth the greatest possible quantity of intellectual power, and to inspire the intensest love of truth: and this without a particle of regard to the results
    111 KB (18,543 words) - 01:10, 22 January 2016
  • acquainted with all the arguments against freedom of thought and speechthe arguments which claim that it cannot exist, and the arguments which claim
    138 KB (20,751 words) - 19:34, 27 January 2016
  • Noam Chomsky (category Free speech activists)
    right to have that property, you don't have it, I have it. So the right to property is very different from the right to freedom of speech. This is often put
    225 KB (33,315 words) - 18:53, 10 January 2016
  • of the poor to plunder the rich of his property, for the rights of the one are as much property to him as wealth is property to the other and the little
    82 KB (12,159 words) - 16:35, 27 September 2015
  • anti-democracy, intolerance, glorification of war, the supremacy of the state and anti-intellectualism — together form a rather loose doctrine. Fascism
    39 KB (5,670 words) - 20:59, 29 January 2016
  • is the property of him who can entertain it, and of him who can adequately place it. Shakespeare; or, The Poet. What point of morals, of manners, of economy
    121 KB (19,249 words) - 08:33, 28 September 2015
  • to use freedom of speech ineffectually. Neither is the sun to be taken from the world, nor freedom of speech from erudition. As quoted in the translation
    95 KB (13,861 words) - 03:01, 2 February 2016

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