I read a Chinese article that quoted a passage purported to be from Lord Acton, describing how "freedom faces four major challenges", using google translation (from Chinese back to English) the quotes are like these,
In each era, freedom faces four major challenges:
The strong man's desire for concentration of power,
The poor's resentment of unequal wealth,
The ignorant's yearning for utopia,
The unbelievers's confusion of freedom and indulgence.
And their common root is radicalism
With the comment from @StuartF and the answer I got at History SE(Edwin Ashworth suggested me to ask the question there). I now believe Lord Acton did not say that. And my question was closed because it was off-topic at this SE. So I am changing it making it appropriate for this site and hope it can be reopened for answer.
I like the googled translated version (even though Lord Action did not say it). I think it speaks about the challenges freedom faces even in present day. But my English is not good enough to make it more natural, more poetic. Can someone help me to do that ?