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French Revolution Left ideology- against traditions of French (church, monarchy, etc) Right- defend tradition Political Left 1. Social welfare liberalism 2. Liberation ideologies a. Liberate some oppressed people 3. Neo-liberalism a. Reform movement within liberals (New Democrat) Political Right 1. Conservatives a. Economic vs Social b. Neo-cons 2. Libertarians Social Welfare Liberalism 1. Human Nature a. Liberals- it is just our culture, it is not in our nature (ex to fight wars, etc) b. Conservatives- flawed part of us is natural 2. Rational a. Reason should be our guide in life b. Conservative- how do we control our appetites and actions; war at public school system 3. Obstacles to Good Society- ignorance and bad social institutions a. We can overcome these 4. Progress a. We can move forward b. American Dream- children will live a better life than you did i. Optimistic ii. Conservatives- we are doomed 5. Role of Tradition a. Just because it has always been done one way, does not mean that it needs to
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course PSC 110 taught by Professor Steinel during the Spring '11 term at GWU.

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