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- n. The freedom to produce, trade and consume any goods and services acquired without the use of force, fraud or theft.
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To that end, the Koch Foundation is interested in supporting teacher-scholars devoted to advancing individual well-being and in turn social progress by incorporating the principles of economic freedom in their work.
From Roosevelt's decision that political freedom would mean nothing without economic freedom to labor's tireless fight for that same principle, we chose to act - regulating the market, putting people back to work, expanding bargaining rights to include health care and a secure retirement - and together we rose.
Consider governancethe number of people today who vote in elections, express their views, and enjoy economic freedom compared to any time in the past.