They Did Not Come Alone

PhilipThe First Fleet did not come alone. Captain Phillip did not only bring people and provisions - he brought institutions which are with us today and which have made this nation.

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Ten Principles of Freedom
Democracy GreekTo be free, and to enjoy that freedom, man must live in an ordered society. We cannot live in a state of anarchy or a state of nature where, as Hobbes famously put it, life would be “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short”.
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