Does freedom make people selfish, as some curmudgeons claim? The answer all depends on what you mean by "selfish," of course. In my latest Québécois Libre article, "Freedom Encourages Goodwill to All," I argue that contrary to a flippant remark made by the late Christopher Hitchens that is popular in some circles, the liberty to live your life as you see fit is an essential building block for any kind of true camaraderie and goodwill among human beings.
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Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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