True freedom requires not just the political right to pursue happiness,
but the material means to do so.
Tens of millions, though politically free, are functionally not at all free to pursue life as they dream of it. They are free by law, but bound by the realities of not enough time, not enough money, and no prospects of things ever changing very much.
There is, however, a particular group of business people who speak often of freedom. It is not the common political freedoms to which they refer, but the uncommon freedom to follow their dreams, the freedom to live uncommon lives.