The Freedom to Be Free

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The Freedom to Be Free

By James Marshall
Day, 1943
277 pp. $2.50

A devout believer in the ethical and practical values of democracy stresses the importance of preserving the rights of the individual in any plans which seek to improve democratic institutions.

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