other words for liberalism
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Stacey Abrams had long criticized that approach as ignoring the growing number of voters of color in the South and the region’s liberalism on some issues.
Mr. Brooke regards himself as a teacher of positive religion, but in our judgment his service to liberalism is really negative.
As a natural consequence, our new publication became an organ of liberalism, free-thinking, and open inquiry.
I thought of the great Poet's abandonment of liberalism at an unlucky juncture, and no repaying consequence that I could ever see.
Romanticism may be defined as liberalism in literature; it is a breaking away from authority and a return to nature.
Here I merely remark: It is of the essence of Liberalism to oppose the use of force, the basis of all tyranny.
To those who have followed the course of Liberalism, as described in these pages, the arguments will appear familiar.
Fox was as Liberal in his own way as Shelburne, and if his Liberalism was less wise, it was much more lively.
With all his liberalism he cannot be liberal to liberalism, as Gilbert Chesterton so neatly puts it.
Mr. Morley said in January that what puzzled him was to "find any difference between the new Liberalism and the new Conservatism."