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 ...
National September 11 Memorial & Museum - Withdrawn Proposals
... from the World Trade Center Memorial plan in 2005 The International Freedom Center – a "think tank" which was intended to draw attention to the battles for freedom ... Center Art Gallery at the World Trade Center – Plans called for the Freedom Center to share its space with the Drawing Center in a building called the "Cultural Center ...
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 ...
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
... 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 joined, Berlusconi's Forza Italia and the National ... 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 ...

Famous quotes containing the word freedom:

    Emancipation should make it possible for woman to be human in the truest sense. Everything within her that craves assertion and activity should reach its fullest expression; all artificial barriers should be broken, and the road towards greater freedom cleared of every trace of centuries of submission and slavery.
    Emma Goldman (1869–1940)

    The freedom of indifference, the indifference of freedom, the will dust in the dust of its object, the act a handful of sand let fall—these were some of the shapes he had sighted, sunset landfall after many days.
    Samuel Beckett (1906–1989)

    Freedom is not an ideal, it is not even a protection, if it means nothing more than freedom to stagnate, to live without dreams, to have no greater aim than a second car and another television set.
    Adlai Stevenson (1900–1965)