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The distinctive principle of Western social philosophy is individualism.
It aims at the creation of a sphere in which the individual is free to think, to choose, and to act without being restrained by the interference of the social apparatus of coercion and oppression, the State. All the spiritual and material achievements of Western civilization were the result of the operation of this idea of liberty. —Ludwig von Mises
In order to strengthen democracy and restore freedom in America, it is imperative every American have the freedom to contemplate, believe, associate, communicate, exchange, labor and own their rightfully obtained property.