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    There are essentially two polar views in relation to the liberty of people within society. Anarchist fundamentally believe that the state should have no power to impose limits on its people, whilst those in favour of total government control, believe that liberty should be disregarded and the state allowed to implement any law or policy that it so chooses. In his work ‘On Liberty (1859), John Stuart Mill outlines an alternative, which is a mix of these polar policies. He produced a formula which

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    and training for its mind is a moral crime, both against the unfortunate offspring and against society” – John Stuart Mill, On Liberty. What is liberty? That is a great question. Liberty is more than a simple definition. It a vast topic that has been widely debated for centuries. John Stuart Mill is an advocate for Liberty. He describes in tremendous detail in his On Liberty publishing how a society should work. People should be free to do what they want, Mill believes. As long as it does not harm

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    The USA Patriot Act and Civil Liberties September 11, 2001 sparked many different feelings into the hearts of Americans. People sprang into action to seek revenge and protect America’s precious soils from another deadly attack by reinforcing America’s strength through her government. The men and women of Congress retaliated to the terrorist attacks by drafting and passing the USA PATRIOT Act on October 26, 2001, which stands for “Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate

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    individual liberty, Locke believes that each individual is the judge of their own actions (Columbia Encyclopedia, 2002). All individuals have a right to be free and a right to decide how they want to live without interference from the state. (Columbia Encyclopedia, 2002). Muslim women have the right to freely cover their face without limitations or discrimination from state authority. Bill 94 would terminate the individual choice of Muslim women and interfere with their individual rights and liberty. Locke

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    Final Writing Assignment - Option 2 “Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity” was the motto of the French Revolution. However, during this time of violence and conflict I do not believe the revolutionaries were living up to this motto. Not only was political power only in the hands of property-owning citizens, but women were continuously denied the same rights as men, and slavery was an ongoing battle amongst French territories. Although at times the revolutionaries did follow this motto, I am convinced

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    Those who give up liberty for the sake of security deserve neither liberty nor security National Identification Card (NID) is not a new idea to the American Public or its politicians. The NID has been up and down the political stream as a means of fighting terrorism, welfare fraud, illegal immigration, crime, census “error”, and a vast variety of other so called crimes that you can think of. The NID once again rising up-stream after the terrible attack on the American soil as (again) the means

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    John Stewarat Mill's On Liberty and the Subjection of Women Born in 1806, John Stewart Mill was an English philosopher who highly prized the Utilitarian belief system, or the doctrine of seeking the greatest amount of good for the greatest amount of people. Among his various political treatises, On Liberty and The Subjection of Women are excellent applications of his convictions in individualism and negative government. Though the subjects of each work differ to an extent, both are written in

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    Jean Paul Marat: Target and Martyr of Liberty

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    Jean Paul Marat: Target and Martyr of Liberty The French Revolution produced countless influential politicians throughout its tumultuous course. As a political figure in the French Revolution, Jean Paul Marat began as a nonentity and became a martyr to the revolutionary patriots of France. His influence is often misconstrued, and sometimes overlooked. Although he was not a political leader like Robespierre, his influence was substantial in that he motivated many people through his writings

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    150 pounds” (“Statue of Liberty Fun Facts ).” People may know that there are seven rays but not that the rays stand for each continent. The Statue of Liberty, with its unique history, is a sculpture created by Frederic- August Bartholdi, which has an immense size and a great significance to many people in the United States. The history of the Statue of Liberty is one of the most interesting facts about the statue. “To Americans she conveyed a message” (“Statue of Liberty Facts, Information, Pictures)

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    The Sons of Liberty were major fanatics and didn’t help America! They rebelled too many times and were really outrageous and crazy. They hurt America more than they helped. I believe that the Sons of Liberty were fanatics and not heroes. They loved to hurt people and violence to people and their property. The Sons of Liberty did illegal things and hated taxes. The Sons of Liberty did many illegal things before and during the revolution. One of the illegal duties they did was that they smuggled illegal

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