Difference between revisions of "British Liberalism"

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'''British Liberalism''' is different than its [[American]] counterpart. In [[Britain]], [[Liberalism]] is associated with [[free enterprise]] and [[individualism]]. The old [[Liberal Party]] was opposed to [[socialism]], though its leader at the time of [[World War I]], [[Lloyd George]] advocated social reforms in order to combat the threat of international revolutionary [[Marxism]].
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==See Also==
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* [[Classical liberalism]]
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* [[Liberalism]]
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[[Category:British Politics]]
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[[Category:History]]
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[[Category:British History]]
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