Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Quote of the Month (October)

Over at the PanAm Post, Dr. José Azel writes:

[I]t was during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency that the concepts of freedom and democracy were corrupted beyond recognition in American politics. Roosevelt introduced the aberrant argument that freedom hinges on government. In this view of democracy, as long as government responds to the people, it does not matter how much the government restricts freedoms; the people are free.


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