Freedom

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Other articles related to "freedom, freedoms":

Washington Freedom
... The Washington Freedom was an American professional soccer club based in the Washington, D.C ... The Freedom was originally founded in 2001 as a member of the defunct Women's United Soccer Association ... Since 2004, the Freedom had played its home games at the Maryland SoccerPlex ...
Charles, Duke Of Orléans - Freedom
... He made a feeble attempt to press his claims to Asti in Italy, before settling down as a celebrated patron of the arts ... Charles appears in Shakespeare's play Henry V as the "Duke of Orléans". ...
House Of Freedoms - Transformation Into The People of Freedom Party
... announced a plan for the creation of a successor to the House of Freedoms, The People of Freedom, hoping to unify much of the Italian centre-right into a single party ... unexpected fall of the second Prodi government in January 2008, the organisation of the People of Freedom was completed, but only two parties formally ... For the 2008 general elections, the People of Freedom ran as an unnamed coalition with the Lega Nord and its ally the Movement for Autonomy ...
National September 11 Memorial & Museum - Withdrawn Proposals
... Memorial plan in 2005 The International Freedom Center – a "think tank" which was intended to draw attention to the battles for freedom through the ages ... Drawing Center Art Gallery at the World Trade Center – Plans called for the Freedom Center to share its space with the Drawing Center in a ...
Freedom - Other
... Freedom (yacht), a 12-metre class racing yacht and winner of the 1980 America's Cup Freedom (Azerbaijan), an electoral alliance in Azerbaijan Freedom (board game), a two-player abstract ...

Famous quotes containing the word freedom:

    Man cannot be free if he does not know that he is subject to necessity, because his freedom is always won in his never wholly successful attempts to liberate himself from necessity.
    Hannah Arendt (1906–1975)

    In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free—honorable alike in what we give and what we preserve. We shall nobly save, or meanly lose, the last, best hope of earth.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    The chief lesson of the Depression should never be forgotten. Even our liberty-loving American people will sacrifice their freedom and their democratic principles if their security and their very lives are threatened by another breakdown of our free enterprise system. We can no more afford another general depression than we can afford another total war, if democracy is to survive.
    Agnes E. Meyer (1887–1970)