Recently in United States, I heard a lot of talks about individual freedom, especially from American conservative movement such as Tea Party. Putting their talks in the context of my questions in another post about free market, I really wish to ask them what would be their definition of individual freedom. Is it enjoying all the services from others through this industrialized modern society but evading any duty or responsibility to this same society? Their rhetoric sounds to me as this:” If you are talking about taxation and regulation, please leave me alone. If you are talking about doing business, however, please let me fully utilize the modern service of this society and make as big a profit as I can.”
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