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    believed strongly in

    "believe in" has three meanings : 1. to feel sure that something exists. 2.to feel something is right or valuable. 3. to feel sure that somebody is competent.
    I think this belongs to 1, but not sure of 2. What do you think?

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    ex)The tech elite who first developed the Internet believed strongly in the freedom of cyberspace, in both aspects of "free" - free as in beer, and free as in freedom...

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    Re: believed strongly in

    NOT A TEACHER

    They were proponents of the freedom of the internet.

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