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    Freedom

    Which is the difference between Liberty and Freedom


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    Re: Freedom

    Freedom is noun 1 the power or right to act, speak, or think freely.
    2
    the state of being free.
    3
    (freedom from) exemption or immunity from.
    4
    unrestricted use of something: the dog had the freedom of the house.
    5
    a special privilege or right of access, especially that of full citizenship of a particular city given to a public figure as an honour. "The Freedom of the City of London"

    Liberty is noun (pl. liberties) 1 the state of being free from oppression or imprisonment.
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    a right or privilege.
    3
    the power or scope to act as one pleases.
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    informal a presumptuous remark or action.

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