10 - 1/14/10 POSC5 Political Ideologies Dutch rebels...

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1/14/10 POSC5 Political Ideologies Dutch rebels claimed violation of rule of law Claimed violation of bill of rights, had the right to protest, freedom of speech and assembly, freedom of religion Claimed right to their local government, minimize centralized government Claimed Spanish was taxing too much and interfering with market economy, business people moved to other places Claimed a right to a constitutional government Individualism came out later Conservatism Articulated by Edmund Burke Everyone is a conservatism of something Limit change, impossible to completely stop change Conservatives slow change History and tradition are important to conservatism Jeaoporday -Too fast change for a generally good idea, and you cost Futility -make an effort to do something, but it doesn’t change Perversity -end up behind where you started Unanticipated consequences -cant do change too fast Packaged deal – if you throw out one thing, you might throw out the package Burke against French Revolution
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