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`Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is defined
by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`Liberal Democracy is a contradiction in terms'. Discuss (2013, 2011, Spec).
LD is a lesser of two evils. View of…

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of promoting `the greatest good for the greatest number.'Political equality in the form of universal adult suffrage
ensures formal equality amongst individuals; and that wide and equal access to policy formulation generates
equilibrium amongst the competing groups in society.
LD ignores the fact that wisdom is unequally distributed in society.…

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2 `Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is
defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`To what extent have modern liberals departed from the ideas of classical liberalism?' (2013, 2012
Liberalism is the belief…

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NO. modern liberalism has not departed from classical liberalism, but as in fact developed it as it still
completely believes in capitalism and freedom of choice within the economy...saved cap.. dead hand..still
not com/fuedalism
Modern liberals have not departed from the ideas of classical liberalism as they still value the…

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3 `Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is
defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
Classical v Modern
Classicals…

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Free market doesn't work w/ the state. Keynes advocates cap as comparatively better...reject
selfregulating market cos WSt & TGD... Keynes..influencing the level of aggregate demand...public
spending and lower taxes..e.g FDR Hoover Dam...UK.. Beveridge...Rawls in VOI.. argued it would be in
selfinterest to...difference principle... overall believe in the sovereignty of the…

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`Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is defined
by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`Liberal Democracy is a contradiction in terms'. Discuss (2013, 2011, Spec).
LD is a lesser of two evils. View of…

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of promoting `the greatest good for the greatest number.'Political equality in the form of universal adult suffrage
ensures formal equality amongst individuals; and that wide and equal access to policy formulation generates
equilibrium amongst the competing groups in society.
LD ignores the fact that wisdom is unequally distributed in society.…

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2 `Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is
defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`To what extent have modern liberals departed from the ideas of classical liberalism?' (2013, 2012
Liberalism is the belief…

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NO. modern liberalism has not departed from classical liberalism, but as in fact developed it as it still
completely believes in capitalism and freedom of choice within the economy...saved cap.. dead hand..still
not com/fuedalism
Modern liberals have not departed from the ideas of classical liberalism as they still value the…

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3 `Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012, `Liberalism is
defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
`Liberalism is defined by the desire to minimise the role of the state'. Discuss (2012,
Classical v Modern
Classicals…

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Free market doesn't work w/ the state. Keynes advocates cap as comparatively better...reject
selfregulating market cos WSt & TGD... Keynes..influencing the level of aggregate demand...public
spending and lower taxes..e.g FDR Hoover Dam...UK.. Beveridge...Rawls in VOI.. argued it would be in
selfinterest to...difference principle... overall believe in the sovereignty of the…

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