What are MILL'S views on freedom of thought and expression in ON LIBERTY? answer in detail

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Certainly, there will be no substitute than the actual reading of Mill's work.  There is much there that serves as the basis in the discussion of freedom and the relationship between individuals and their authority.  I think that we can make some fundamental claims on the thought of individual freedom in the work of Mill.  The first would be that Mill is concerned with the basic relationship...

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