Is freedom more important than security
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Security is less important than freedom.
Holding back on security, which can often just be driven by the government's arbitrary interest, is less important than freedom, which is a fundamental human right; being protected by a government is not a human right, nor is it vaguely resemblant of one. Also, one cannot have security without freedom; rephrased, people must have the freedom to provide/receive security. Freedom without (or with minimal) security, however, is possible.
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Vote Placed by AlwaysMoreThanYou 4 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro forfeited and failed to uphold a burden of proof. That aside, Con's arguments were marginally more convincing.
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