"In principle, there are only two fundamental political viewpoints.
That is, two contradictory ends of the 'political spectrum.'
Those two principles are freedom and slavery."
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Mark Da Cunha
Publisher of Capitalism magazine
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Freedom is recognized by an individual sovereign enjoying the at law spectrum of each and every inalienable right. Not that he is expressing each and every right, but the lawful spectrum thereof being held sacrosanct. Slavery is all else. By way of example, the Constitution could not enumerate the rights of man (too numerous and would vary with circumstance) so it limited the spectrum of government, protecting against the infringement of freedom's principles.
 -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    The idea behind the Constitution was to protect citizens from government.
     -- jim k, Austin, Tx     
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    When Americans stop paying lip-service to 'freedom' the rest of the world may actually have a chance to free themselves from their own yokes. Until then, however, yokes are being prepared for us ...
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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