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noun as in left-wing

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The problem Breyer describes in his book is one at the heart of liberalism.

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They came to believe New Deal liberalism was undermining American sovereignty and paving the way for Armageddon.

The second half of the 1960s was not kind to his brand of liberalism.

His liberalism was at heart a process not an ideology, his passion for change tempered by his faith in government institutions.

To do so, Mondale articulated a new, more tempered liberalism.

Sometimes democracy and liberalism are about speaking up about the great issues, like a massive foreign war.

From its founding in 1914, The New Republic has been the flagship and forum of American liberalism.

Liberalism in the United States today is the politics that dares not speak its name.

Usually, though, old-fashioned Liberalism is very much at the fore in Puck.

Even so, Maher has identified a problem within Western liberalism today.

Sir Graham took me up and we fell into a discussion of the changing qualities of Liberalism.

This reunion of the Conservatives became the nucleus of a great reaction against Liberalism.

In the Prussian parliament seventy-three members broke off from the rest, calling themselves Reaction against Liberalism.

It is noticeable that in 1894 when this motion was introduced it was lost; a striking instance of the decay of Liberalism.

You should first know what Liberalism means, and then assure yourself that the thing itself is good.


On this page you'll find 167 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to liberalism, such as: free trade, isolationism, noninterference, nonintervention, controls on a system disinvolvement, and free competition.

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