This is a narrow definition of freedom. A broader view would begin by saying that there can be no freedom without equality. Our freedom to act, to live, to work, to eat, and to love is made real in situations where power is shared equally. 1
1. Roger Gibbins and Loleen Youngman, Mindscapes: Political Ideologies Towards the 21st Century (Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1996), 40-41.