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Liberal may refer to:
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- The Liberal Party of Australia, a center-right-wing conservative party
- The Liberal Party of Canada, a center-left-wing party
"Liberal" in the United Kingdom is customarily used to describe political beliefs in the classical liberal tradition of the old Liberal Party, rooted in a belief in freedom of the individual. It is also used as a short hand to describe policies of the modern Liberal Democrats.
- Liberal Democrats, the third political party in the UK, and the successor to the 19th and 20th century governing Liberal Party (UK) which developed from the Whig (British political party)
- Liberal Party (UK, 1989), The party that was formed in 1989 following the formation of the Liberal Democrats
- European liberalism, liberalism in Europe
- Modern liberalism in the United States
- Progressivism in the United States, a political ideology of reform, often associated with left-leaning movements
Other uses in politics
- Liberal democracy, a form of government based on limited majority rule
- Liberal Democratic Party, a common name for political parties around the globe
- Liberal Party, a list of parties worldwide using this common name. In a classical sense, a government or political party associated with ideals of high individual freedom.
- Liberalism in Russia
- Liberalism worldwide, liberal parties around the world
- Neoliberalism, a contemporary free-market political-economic philosophy
- United States
- Liberal religion
- Liberal Judaism (United Kingdom), a religious outlook
- Liberal Christianity, a religious outlook
- Liberal Islam, a religious outlook
- Liberal arts
- El Liberal, a daily newspaper published in Spain between 1879 and 1936
- Liberalism (book), a 1927 book by Ludwig von Mises
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