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Have you ever wondered what life at school would be like without freedom In myopinion I think it would be horrid Think about it If we had no freedom we wouldnt be able to do the things we love most or choose what friends we hang out with The freedoms we have now we all take for granted For example do you even know what your freedoms are If you dont then you ought to hear me out so you know in the future what they mean First of all there are two very specific freedoms that all students and teachers should know and understand These two freedoms are the very basis for our societyFreedom of speech is one of the most important freedoms we have because if we didnt have this one we wouldnt be able to speak our minds through speeches in public This freedom allows us to speak in more ways than one It allows us to express ourselves through reading writing and speaking Although freedom of speech has its greatness in many ways it also has a downfall in which it is abused For example Media today can twist this freedom to invade your privacy which is not a good thing if youre Arnold Shwartzenegger getting out of the shower and someone takes a picture of you naked and prints it in the local paper But most of the time this sinerio doesnt occur because theyve come up with laws like the Privacy Act and so on so this sort of mayhem doesnt happen but even though laws are made people still break themThis freedom goes along with freedom of speech yet stands alone in its own category There are many ways to look at this freedom It has as many goods as it does bads You just have to learn how to apply it to you First Ill list the goods The gains of this freedom allow you not only
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