freedom of association

Definition of "freedom of association"
  1. The constitutional right to gather and align with others, either for personal relationships or as part of a group sharing a common viewpoint or purpose. This often includes the right to assemble and to express oneself freely
How to use "freedom of association" in a sentence
  1. The union members cited their freedom of association when the company tried to prevent their meetings.
  2. The advocacy group fought to protect their freedom of association amid strict government regulations.
  3. In high school civics class, she learned about the importance of freedom of association in a democracy.

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