civil liberty

  1. fundamental individual right protected by law and expressed as immunity from unwarranted governmental interference
  2. one's freedom to exercise one's rights as guaranteed under the laws of the country
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  • So if we have any popular narrative, it is probably a story about freeing ourselves from religious dogma through the advance of science and civil liberty. Times, Sunday Times
  • But creating chaos that endangers public safety is not a civil liberty.
  • They protest against the continue denial of civil liberty.
  • This is excellent news and a triumph for civil liberty and freedom of choice.
  • After all, free speech - our core civil liberty - includes the right to receive public, non-confidential information.
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  • The Westerners, on the other hand, envisaged progress towards civil liberty and economic justice along Western lines.
  • Cultural and civil liberty activists ought to unite and fight to resist these onslaughts on basic fundamental freedom, he said.
  • This was sensible enough in a Britain which still subliminally linked civil liberty with Protestantism, and therefore regarded Irishness as a likely pointer to popish subversion of its political values.
  • But civil liberty groups and some MPs fiercely opposed the proposals last night. The Sun
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