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March 21, 2006

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Mike Deering

http://www.libertynet.org/edcivic/fdr.html

Link to the FDR Four Freedoms Speech.

Nato Welch

I agree that more knowledge is always a good thing, but it's only good //for those with the knowledge//. It's good for you to know your susceptibility to certain types of cancer, but it may not be good for //you// if your insurance company does (though it's certainly good for them). It's good for police to know your every move in public, but their knowledge isn't necessarily good for you; only yours is.

I think this is one thing you're getting at when you say "But no one should be allowed to decide for me what information I can have."

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