Thesaurus / civil liberty
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It is far the best popular history of English civilization and the progress of civil liberty and social advancement.

The Searcher of hearts knows that every pulsation of mine beats high and strong in the cause of civil liberty.

The civil liberty of citizens, and the rights of all shall be respected in conformity with the laws.

Miss Anthony replied that "our country stood for religious as well as civil liberty."

He pointed to the contemporary growth of civil liberty and religious liberty, and these are conditions of moral improvement.

To that conflict of four hundred years we owe the rise of civil liberty.

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The Puritans espoused the cause of civil liberty mainly because it was the cause of religion.

Nothing is more natural than the transition from civil liberty to religious freedom.

Upon it was written the great charter of civil liberty, the Declaration of American Independence.

The United States is deeply afflicted with it, and the problem of civil liberty here is to conquer it.

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