LIBERAL LÀ GÌ

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believing in or allowing a lot of personal freedom, and believing that society should change gradually so that money, property, and power are shared more fairly:
believing in or allowing a lot of freedom for businesses to buy, sell, and make money without many rules or limits, and with low taxes:
someone who believes in personal freedom and that society should change gradually so that money, property, and power are shared more fairly:
someone who believes businesses should have a lot of freedom to buy, sell, and make money without many rules or limits, and with low taxes:
Three strands make up the party: the moderate reforming centre, the Thatcherite economic liberals, and the pro-clerical conservatives.

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tending to emphasize the need to make new laws when necessary because of changing conditions and to depend on the government to provide social services:
a person who thinks the government needs to make new laws when necessary because of changing conditions and who believes that the government should provide social services:
a liberal society/attitude/view Changing attitudes to sexuality are a reflection of a more liberal society.

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used to describe political beliefs and groups that support more personal freedom and a fairer sharing of wealth and power in society:
used to describe an economic system that allows industry to be free to develop without the involvement of government:
Liberals believe that in order to defend our own freedom we ought to defend those of our fellow citizens.
Moreover, in a liberal democracy with a well-developed private sector, would-be hegemonic efforts to extend the party"s influence through society can have unexpected results.
Political parties, despite their weaknesses and manipulation, are characteristic of liberal democracy.
Yet important normative questions have remained about the policies a liberal state should adopt toward religion.
The very fact that the word "philosophia" has been transferred from the seven liberal arts to natural science and metaphysics is significant.
The university"s participants occasionally suggested that the creation of an international university in the liberal mode was not their ultimate goal.
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