Freedom or State?

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Freedom produces creativity. The state stifles creativity. Freedom has elements of want, need, and ambition. The state rewards greed. But freedom provides an outlet through open competition, while the state licenses illicit responses to want, need, and ambition. There is no instance in which the effects of freedom coincide with the results of the state.

— Kilgore Forelle

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