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By: Mikhail Esteves - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Today, when we say that we want freedom and security, what we mean is that we want an appropriate, mediating balance between them. Indeed, it is extremely dangerous to entertain the idea that one is ever more important than the other.James Shelly

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