For the old revolutionaries, a government that could define its own limits, take property at will – an arbitrary power – was the very definition of a tyranny, reducing the people “to the most abject slavery.” In their view, liberty could only exist in a society that’s awake, aware, and actively engaged – in both supporting freedom, and resisting attempts to restrict it.

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