Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

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Re: Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

Unread postby Dessy » 23rd April, 2017, 1:32 pm

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Re: Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

Unread postby Cxurujeto » 23rd April, 2017, 1:45 pm

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I think I'm more of a libertarian than a liberal
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Re: Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

Unread postby Pity » 23rd April, 2017, 7:05 pm

Cxurujeto wrote:I think I'm more of a libertarian than a liberal


Classical liberal :heart:
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Re: Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

Unread postby JonathanT88 » 23rd April, 2017, 7:35 pm

Pity wrote:
Cxurujeto wrote:I think I'm more of a libertarian than a liberal


Classical liberal :heart:


Despite the sensationalist title, this pamphlet by Ha-Joon Chang is an amazing explanation of the problems with classical liberalism. And don't you dare tell me he doesn't understand 'basic economics' - he's a Cambridge economist and adviser to the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and European Investment Bank, and he's written 14 books.
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Re: Identify your place on the Political Spectrum visually

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