Freedom has many attributes. We have national freedom, political freedom, individual freedom, and spiritual freedom. So, as you can see it is not just a value based on the country that you choose to live in, but the very citizens within that country. Many countries want the freedoms that the United States enjoys, but do not necessarily want their government structured the same way. The first thing I will talk about is national freedom. National freedom is a nations
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He did not make them change anything in their territories, nor force his beliefs onto them. He allowed them to keep their local customs and cultures, as long as they recognized him as their leader. This actually allowed his further conquests to go smoother, because many of his future conquests welcomed him in with open arms.
The next thing we will move into is political freedom. Political freedom is the right of citizens to be actively involved in their government. This is, in part, why the colonies revolted from England. A democracy or a republic falls into this category. Like I had mentioned before many people do not want this freedom and are far from willing to do anything for it. Even so,
Americans make the mistake and assume that everybody does want what we have. Along with political freedom we have individual freedom as well. Individual liberties and rights are insured by some form of documentation, like the bill of rights. Many people are granted these liberties and rights, but unfortunately since they are given they can very effortlessly be taken away at any time. Billings Learned Hand once said, “A society in which man recognize no check upon