Not Government Property. As the great Enlightenment era thinker, John Locke said, Life, Liberty, and Property. Without such, there is no freedom. Man becomes ensnared in his master's whim. He is mere property of the state, a subject of a king. With the emancipation of man from his government, he owns himself. Natural rights dictate that no man can own another.
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