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Use "unfreedom" in a sentence
"The celebrated thought leader, Amartya Sen argued that development requires the removal of sources of "unfreedom" - poverty as well as tyranny, poor economic opportunities, as well as systemic social deprivation, neglect of public facilities and intolerance or overactivity of repressive states."
"But his "unfreedom" is to be continued by restrictions on his movements and his contacts: He cannot leave Israel, he will be confined to a single town, he cannot communicate with foreigners face to face or by phone, fax or e-mail (purely punitive conditions because any classified information that he may have possessed is by now nearly two decades old)."
"Fortunately we no longer have the burden of the "unfreedom" imposed by tyranny and the denial of political and civil liberties by an authoritarian regime."