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  • a  held in servitude
  • a  hampered and not free; not able to act at will

  • The Freedom House best summed it up six months ago, when it downgraded Russia to "completely unfree" from "partially unfree.
  • They didn't feel unfree; they felt secure.
  • These words, combined with her foresight that feminism's next challenge is to improve the position of Muslim women and other women from the unfree world, helped give me the courage .
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  • The Importance of Providing U.S. Food Aid during Egypt’s Ongoing Political Crisis
    The ongoing political crisis in Egypt has an economic foundation. For the past 18 years, the Egyptian economy has been “mostly unfree”—and among the least free in the Middle East and North Africa—in The Heritage Foundation’s Index of Economic Freedom . Lingering socialist economic policies adopted decades ago have discouraged investment, entrepreneurship, and job growth.
    July 15, 2013 - Heritage Foundation

  • Zalmay Khalilzad in National Post
    Zalmay Khalilzad, the US ambassador to the UN, said a national election conducted in the same way the council sidelined Canada would be declared "unfree and unfair."
  • Yaron Brook in NewsByUs
    We do not need more regulation or economic 'steering.' What we need to do,said Brook, "is remove the government's power to coerce, bribe, reward and bail out irrational decisions. The unfree market has failed. It's time for a truly free...
  • Isaiah Berlin in guardian.co.uk
    In 1955, Isaiah Berlin, in his inaugural lecture as professor of social and political theory at OxfordUniversity, argued that Green was wrong: "If I am prevented by others from doing what I would otherwise do I am unfree", but a blind man is not...

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