Lecture 3

Lecture 3 - Lecture 3 “-isms” 10:08:00 ← Som •...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 3 “-isms” 10/01/2008 10:08:00 ← Som- • Collectivism • Egalitarianism • Eq. Of Condition • Equal Access • All Pay • Regulated Industry ← Conservatism- • Free enterprise • Preserving tradition • Social institution-good • Against interest groups • No government insitution • Low Taxes ← Liberalism- • Free markets • Social order not important • Individual rights • Multiculturalism ← How different are Canada’s “isms” than the U.S. or other places? ← Canada is more collectivist. Maybe more sot. Survey is relatively consistent in both country. ← ← Som(Classical)- Individualism is not held as a strict idea. General welfare is maximized through social and economic planning. High tolerance of government intervention. Classless equalitarian society where we are much more the same than different. ← (Contemporary)- Social democrat, a.k.a. “sot lite”. More of an acceptance Social democrat, a....
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