Definition of Liberals. Meaning of Liberals. Synonyms of Liberals

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Definition of Liberals

Liberal
Liberal Lib"er*al, n. One who favors greater freedom in political or religious matters; an opponent of the established systems; a reformer; in English politics, a member of the Liberal party, so called. Cf. Whig.

Meaning of Liberals from wikipedia

- Liberal may refer to: A supporter of liberalism, a political philosophy founded on ideas of liberty and equality Cl****ical liberalism, a political or...
- century, free trade remained the one cause which could unite all Liberals. In 1841 the Liberals lost office to the Conservatives under Sir Robert Peel, but...
- Liberalism is a political view based on liberty and equality. Liberals generally support civil rights, democracy, secularism, gender equality, internationalism...
- government to MacDonald. The Liberals would spend the next 18 years in opposition. In their early history, the Liberals were the party of continentalism...
- Liberales is an independent liberal thinktank (some[who?] tend to call Liberales left-liberal), located in Ghent, Flanders, Belgium. The organization...
- (or welfare) liberals, who while agreeing on the importance of individual liberty differed on the role of the state. Neo-cl****ical liberals, who called...
- The Liberals for Åland (Swedish: Liberalerna på Åland) is a liberal political party of the Åland Islands. The party is an observer at Liberal International...
- Columbia Liberal Party (also referred to as the BC Liberals) is a centre-right provincial political party in British Columbia, Canada. The BC Liberal Party...
- or Alliance of Liberals and Democrats may refer to: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (disambiguation) Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (Romania)...
- liberal attitudes to a range of cultural issues, and encouraged a dialogue between liberal politics and the liberal arts. Ideologically, The Liberal challenged...