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social liberalism  Welfare Liberalism  Contemporary liberalism  cultural left  Egalitarian 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 also known as New liberalism in the United Kingdom, modern liberalism in the United States, Left liberalism in Germany and Progressive liberalism in Spanish-speaking countries, is a political philosophy and variety of liberalism that endorses a social market economy within an individualist economy and the expansion of civil and political rights. Wikipedia
The belief that liberalism should include social justice and that the legitimate role of the state includes addressing issues such as unemployment, health care, education, and the expansion of civil rights 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