In what Ways Do Social Liberals Seek to Amend the Classical Lliberal Tradition? Are They Right to Do So?
Historians have defined the nature of liberalism in a variety of ways. Some feel liberalism is a cultural attitude; others believe it is the ideology of the rising bourgeoisie, many explaining it as opposition to excessive state power and a coherent body of principles based upon the idea of individual freedom. However, the concept of Social liberalism locates middle ground between uninhibited classical liberalism and more extreme ideologies. More a fusion of individual rights and active government, it consists of two main parts. …
- In what Ways Do Social Liberals Seek to Amend the Classical Lliberal Tradition? Are They Right to Do So?
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