How to use public good in a sentence

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To do otherwise would involve an unacceptable level of censorship and harm to the public good.
By the time environmentalism became a political force in the 1970s, dams were no longer considered an unalloyed public good.
The broadcasters have in this regard certainly been unconducive to the public good.
Of course, this risks the subordination of personal freedom to some nebulous concept of public good.
In England, the utilitarian doctrine of a higher public good trumped the idea of intellectual property rooted in natural right.
This ruling is a victory for a distant bureaucracy over democratically elected authorities acting in the public good.
This study compares the two calibrations in a conjoint analysis involving donations to a public good.
The politicians of the Walloon region should be applauded for using their authority for the public good.
A publication may be age restricted if it is likely to be injurious to the public good.
First, because of the public good nature of education, society at large loses from inferior standards of education.
What he failed to explain was the damage that such a short-term corporate grab would do to the public good.
When film stars join politics out of strong commitment or a genuine desire to do public good, their credibility is intact.
However, sometimes the only benefit is to the public good, and even that is no small thing.
What can parliamentarians do to regain respect with community as custodians of the public good?
If they are able to easily calculate how their choices benefit the public good, they most often make choices that do so.
When personal rights are abridged in the name of the public good, conflict usually ensues, and gin-soaked London was no exception.
By pursuing their own self-interest, individuals are inadvertently promoting the public good.
As a preponderant power, it can provide an important public good by acting as a mediator.
The trend towards all-embracing competition policy made public ownership almost irrelevant for years despite questions of the public good.
But military defense that protected only one state, or a small group of states, still is a public good.
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Examples from Classical Literature
The true statesman, the philosopher king, in Plato's phrase, sees and serves the public good.
The public good which you, sir, have so eminently promoted, is my only motive.
Indeed, it was semi-official, and called to promote the public good.
So, as a promoter of schemes for the public good, Hubbard was by no means a novice.
It is in vain to say that enlightened statesmen will be able to adjust these clashing interests, and render them all subservient to the public good.
Happy will it be if our choice should be directed by a judicious estimate of our true interests, unperplexed and unbiased by considerations not connected with the public good.
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