Liberalism These Past 250 Years
This chapter discusses the historical narrative about the fortunes of a liberal philosophical outlook since the time of Adam Smith. It focuses on the S outlook, a complex that formulates certain central statements on important issues that develop arguments and hold certain attitudes about discoursing. At the center of the S outlook is a statement that involves the liberty principle, which implies that in a choice between a pair of policy reforms, the reform that ranks higher in liberty is the more desirable.
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