• Law can't exist without liberty.

    Law exists as a supporting infrastructure of liberty--its job is to protect liberty. Law does not exist for its own sake and cannot exist without liberty. Without the natural state of liberty, laws would be redundant; without the right to choose and act for one's own will, law would simply be a comment on the status quo, a description of what mindless drones are doing, rather than a set of rules to maintain the liberty of all as best as possible.

  • If there is no liberty, there can't be law

    If there is no liberty to speak, or act as we can, law is not needed and there cant be a law since they couldn't even give an opinion. Law cant be made with no liberty. I believe that because there is liberty, freedom so law exist and therefore liberty is precious than law.

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