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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hannah Notetaker on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to POLI 3020 at Auburn University taught by Murray Jardine in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.
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Date Created: 09/28/16
9/26/16 Practical consequences of technocratic reform liberalism extreme narrow materialistic world view tyrannical rule of experts over non-experts tyrannical rule of experts over other experts (you can only be an expert at one thing) two rebellions against technocratic system - comes from the tyrannical rule young people feeling excluded (1960s) 1970s conservative religious people distinction between facts and values or opinions fact is proven opinion is subjective rises in 17th century forms 19th contrary liberalism defenses for reform liberalism widespread economic prosperity end of institutionalized racism by the 1970s the liberalism system was in trouble economically high unemployment 10% inﬂation 10% or more per year in the US, 25% in Europe Neoclassical liberalism (libertarianism) - maximize individual freedom liberal on social things conservative on economy 1980’s return to classical liberalism system yet things have gotten more liberal since in an economic standpoint, there was a deregulation revival of lassez-faire economy but socially it has gotten more liberal
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