This quote is often attributed to Thomas Jefferson, but even his estate, Monticello, denies any evidence that the Founding Father ever used these words.
Even if he had, Jefferson would not have been the originator. The phrase was, in fact, a simplified variant of a line from a 1790 speech by Irish orator John Philpot Curran: The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt. The phrase was shortened to "eternal vigilance is the price of freedom" and similar sayings used throughout the 18th and 19th centuries by a variety of speakers and authors, including:
"Constant vigilance is the price you pay for liberty" is a quote attributed to Thomas Jefferson. However, there is no evidence that he ever said it.
The outgoing head of the Indian Central Vigilance Committee, Pratyush Sinha, said that 'Every third Indian is corrupt'
Patric Henry said give me freedom or give me death.
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Our indian freedom fighter mahatama gandhi
Life without freedom is not life at all
The freedom quote by Mel Gibson's character in Braveheart is: "As William Wallace said, Tell our enemies, that they may take our lives but they'll never take OUR FREEDOM!".
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Every revolution is for freedom so your talking about the American revolution i am guessing and as i said for freedom
the ANZACs were said that a courageous image, to go to war and fight for the freedom of the world.
MAlcolm X, he was referring to freedom "By any means necessary".
Freedom was a dear gift to slaves but they did not know what to do with it so they tested everything they wanted to do, but freedom came at a price. The Jim Crow Laws made black and white contact almost impossible, for every public place was segregated, ensuring know contact was possible until the 15th amendment said that service areas could be segregated but equal.
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In the Southern Colones they are said to have religious freedom. In the Southern Colonies there was religious freedom
Freedom Writers as said in their book.