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- adj. Of or pertaining to liberalism
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- adj. Pertaining to, or characterized by, liberalism.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or characterized by liberalism; conforming to liberal principles, especially in politics.
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- adj. having or demonstrating belief in the essential goodness of man and the autonomy of the individual; favoring civil and political liberties, government by law with the consent of the governed, and protection from arbitrary authority
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Labour Party in the House of Assembly were "liberalistic".
To further restrict the spread of "liberalistic" ideas at the English universities, the Government introduced legislation forbidding faculty members who had been "listed" as communists by the Government from teaching at the universities, effective the beginning of 1965.
My subjective opinion but this isn’t simply concerning Dave, it’s what Dave has now joined: We’re victim to our own so called liberalistic views.
'liberalistic' elements both inside and outside South Africa, they had enabled the government to smash the people's organized opposition to apartheid, and more particularly to put an end to the sabotage campaigns conducted not only by Umkhonto we Sizwe, but by a number of smaller organizations which had followed in its wake, such as the African Resistance Movement (ARM) and the Yui Chui Chan Club.
Adolph Hitler: “The main plank in the Nationalist Socialist program is to abolish the liberalistic concept of the individual and the Marxist concept of humanity and to substitute for them the folk community, rooted in the soil and bound together by the bond of its common blood.”
Jack, why would a “liberal” want to abolish liberalistic concepts.
Hitler: “The main plank in the Nationalist Socialist program is to abolish the liberalistic concept of the individual …”
Or are we just meant to ignore that fact and adhere to the liberalistic, politically correct dogma?
In fact, he might have disturbing thoughts about Heroic Leadership and about the part played by liberalistic ideologues like Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in justifying such illiberal, not to say unconstitutional, tactics even before the Heroic Leaders themselves have attempted them.
Hillary stands for liberalistic views that are outlawed biblically.