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Liberalism

Government and politics A2
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noah phelps-johnson

on 9 December 2015

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Transcript of Liberalism

New Liberalism
Sense of social obligation.
Promotion of positive liberty.
Promotion of choice and oppertunity.
Equality of oppertunity.
limited welfare provision.
Welfare liberalism
State-sponsered welfare schemes.
State management of the ecnonomy.
Greater concentration on equality of oppertunity.
Freedom from social deprivation.
Libertarianism
A very restricted state, mostly confined to defence and possibly regulation of currency.
Abolition of laws that restict self-regarding action.
Minimal law and order protection.
A completely free market economy devoid of regualtions.
Contemporary liberalism
Promotion of greater economic equality or justice.
Political and consitiutional reform to control state powers.
More popular democracy.
Decentralisation of government.
Enviromentalism.
Defence of group rights.
Promotion of worker and consumer rights.
Tolerant social and law and order policy.
Support of multiculturalism.
Promotion of social mobility.
Classical liberalism
Liberty of the individual.
Individuals free to pursue self-intrest.
Tolerance of different beliefs, religions and cultures.
Minimal government.
Free-market economy.
Representative deomcracy.
Liberalism
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