Liberty, in politics, consists of the social, political and economic freedoms to which all community members are entitled. In philosophy, liberty involves free will as contrasted with determinism. In theology, liberty is freedom from the effects of, "sin, spiritual servitude, [or] worldly ties".
- Agorism - Libertarian strategy proposed by Samuel E. Konkin III that strives to achieve a voluntary society via non-political means
- Ama-gi - Sumerian cuneiform word for the concept of freedom or liberty
- American Revolutionary War - The war for American independence from Great Britain
- American War Between the States - Conflict between the U.S. northern and southern states, which seceded to form the Confederacy
- Anarchism - Political philosophy that considers government unnecessary and advocates instead a stateless society
- Anarchism, Individualist - Anarchism that emphasizes the individual and his or her preferences over other considerations
- Anarcho-Capitalism - Political theory that rejects governmental authority and advocates laissez-faire capitalism
- Anti-statism - Opposition to the State
- Armies, Standing - Maintaining permanent armies of paid or conscripted soldiers
- Arms, Right to Keep and Bear - Right of individuals to own firearms
- Association, Freedom of - The right of the people to meet or associate with others for peaceful purposes
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