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Categories: New Left, Political ideologies, 20th-century social movements, Political culture, Social liberalism
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social liberalism  Contemporary liberalism  cultural left  Egalitarian liberalism  Keynesian liberalism
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A political ideology that seeks to find a balance between individual liberty and social justice. Open English WordNet
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A political ideology that seeks to find a balance between individual liberty and social justice. Open English WordNet
Social liberalism is a political philosophy and variety of liberalism that endorses social justice, social services, a mixed economy, and the expansion of civil and political rights, as opposed to classical liberalism which supports unregulated laissez faire capitalism with very few government services. Wikipedia
A more left-leaning variant of European liberalism, culturally progressive and economically interventionist. Wikipedia Disambiguation
Political ideology within liberalism Wikidata
A political ideology that endorses a market economy, individual liberty, and the role of government in addressing economic and social issues such as poverty, health care, and education. Wiktionary
Political ideology. Wiktionary (translation)
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The social liberalism of Roosevelt's vision for old age security was clearly expressed in his advocacy of contributory old age insurance as Governor of New York. Open English WordNet