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Freedom is defined as Liberty of the person from slavery detention or oppression Without laws there could be no such thing as Freedom Laws stop people from committing acts such as Slavery Laws are a requirement if freedom is going to exist Laws stop people from killing and taking away someone elses freedom Laws provide us with a feeling of safety and make us feel more secure about our freedom America has always been the country of the free but it hasnt always been free At one point in time America had a large population of slaves the city with the most slaves was New York City in 1740 Now there is a law that stops people from doing the exact same thing again Laws cant stop people from taking freedom or abusing their freedom but laws take away some of your freedom like an eye for an eye If you take anyones freedom you lose some of your own I believe that there will never be complete freedom you will always need laws to be free 33 million immigrants came to America in search of religious and political freedom between the years 1820 and 1920 But when they got here they found that their cultures were too different and the US government made a law which said that No more Chinese immigrants can come to the US and the Chinese immigrants already here couldnt get a US passport Later that law was changed People look for freedom for all sorts of reasons probably with religion being the main one The real statement should be Is safety worth giving up some personal liberty Laws are needed to feel safe and safety is needed to feel free But at what point will it be too much Where is the line between where our right to choose is more important than the governments right to impose their standards on us Everyone has his or her own
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