Who Said It?! Freedom Quiz All This Week

Monday, April 04, 2011

All this week we'll be quizzing you with some of our favorite quotes about freedom, including many you suggested. Stay tuned each day for a new quiz, posted at 10am.

First Principles is a series of three debates on the moral underpinnings of today's politics co-sponsored by Demos, The Ayn Rand Institute and It's A Free Country. Part one explored the role of government, and part two, slated for April 7th, explores Freedom: For Whom and From What?

»» RSVP for the Free April 7th Debate Here

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»» Blogging the Freedom Debate

How'd you do? Let us know in the comments below!


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Comments [2]

It's A Free Country Producer

David - To see the answers, make sure you hit "Submit Survey" - you'll then be able to see the source for each quote. Thanks for participating!

Apr. 04 2011 04:56 PM
David K

I like this idea for a series. I love online quizzes.

But I'm having a hard time seeing results for the quiz I just took. Maybe there are some hurdles for this new tool?

"See Results" takes you to a page that reads, among other things, "All questions in this survey have private answers."

I'll check back. Thanks.

Apr. 04 2011 04:00 PM

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