"Countries are well cultivated, not as they are fertile, but as they are free."
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Charles de Montesquieu
[Montesquieu, Charles Louis de Secondat] (1689-1755) Baron de Montesquieu
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Ok, I like it. I see the application. In a single (among many) continuations - the more free a people, the more productive (less nanny-state)
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    Can't argue with this one.
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    Central planing and social engineering only protect the monopolies of the ruling class. Individualism, innovation, imagination, and the pursuit of happiness will generate more prosperity than the elite can comprehend. That is why they do their damnedest to keep us yoked and tied.
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