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About Liberalism

  • Liberalism is a political ideology that typically seeks to minimise the influence of the state and its regulations of the individual, especially as concerns the concepts of a free market, free economy, free competition, etc.
  • Liberalism believes in the individual’s right to the pursuit of personal happiness, despite race, sex, religion, and the right to free economy, free trade, ideally regulated as little by the state as possible, especially, perhaps, as regards the question of taxes.
  • Critics of liberalism point out that the liberalist notion of freedom is based on unfair conditions since people are not born with equal (economic) benefits, which means a free and non-regulated market will typically favour the strongest.
  • Keynote speakers on liberalism may choose to focus on the historical and philosophical backgrounds of liberalist thought or to delve into specific examples of liberalist policies or governments.
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