It classifies things related to classical liberalism as distinct from (social) "liberalism" which occupies mainstream liberalism in the United States and elsewhere. As of the 21st century, classical liberalism is generally classified as center-right.
- Classical liberalism in the 18th or 19th century, before social liberalism, can also form a left-wing radicalism line. Initially, early liberalism itself meant classical liberalism in the 18th and 19th centuries, and at that time it was regarded as a left-wing or center-left ideology. The term "classical liberalism" is a modern concept to distinguish it from "social liberalism".
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Pages in category "Classical liberalism"
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