History Midterm Review

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History Midterm Review  06/03/2011 18:07:00 1.)  liberal view human nature and progress: liberalism sounds really nice because it says that people are free to do as  they will but in reality there are limits (economic, social, political, religious) o led to social divisions  under scrutiny: attack against liberalism  2.)  Liberalism: 19 th  century role of individual Adam Smith, Laissez-Faire, aided by Industrial Revolution Popular sovereignty Liberalism – individual looks out for himself  Mill : On Liberty  o 1859  o people should have unlimited rights  o individual above nation  o contradictions to imperialism cant force ideas onto other cultures  Mazzini – Duties of Man  o 1860 o unifying Italy = main point   aimed to Italian working class  o unlike Mills – God does exist  Constitutions, free trade,  Hierarchy of class  Role of individual:  o look out for best interests Government:
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o  should allow people the freedom to do what they want  Rich stay rich and the poor stay poor Religion: o can’t prove whether or not God exists so it should be assumed that  there should be a separation of Church and State  o freedom of religion what is best for the individual is best for the state  war: o is necessary sometimes, not something nation feeds on  privatization of property  transferring their natural rights to that authority in return for the protection of 
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