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The book, comprising 12 speeches Angela Davis delivered between 1994 and 2009, brings out her philosophy of freedom and justice. By SHELLEY WALIA Walia

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The biggest threat to freedom is unjust laws,and one-sided laws which favour only certain sections of the society. Example - if you take law of defamation,it is against whistle blowers. if a drug store is selling expired drugs,one cannot mention the store's name in the public domain due to defamation laws. The contempt of court laws is also a threat to freedom - how can one bring improvement in quality of judgements,and check judicial corruption. Freedom - is it only for a privileged sections of the society? To improve quality of life,one has to be free in his thoughts. Why one is retrained in his
thoughts. Freedom should be absolute.
from:  Deendayal Lulla
Posted on: May 20, 2013 at 11:08 IST
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