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Date Created: 08/31/16
8/29/16 The Contemporary Crisis of Modern Liberal Societies Liberalism, Conservatism, Capitalism, and Democracy 18th Century Liberal meant freedom Conservative meant cautious 19th Century Liberal meant freedom: wanted you to have rights as individual person, free market economy, democracy, and classical society Conservative meant aristocratic class was in control 20th Century Liberals wanted more government regulation and income redistribution Conservatives wanted to preserve the ideals of the 19th century liberals Liberalism is deﬁned by individualism independent and autonomous can someone truly be independent? neutrality meaning no favoring of a social class and cannot promote any particular way of life or force any particular set of religious beliefs
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