Liberalism is a political ideology supporting individual, economical and political rights, social-gender equality, freedom of speech, free markets, private ownership of the means of production, democracy, secularism and international cooperation.

Branches of Liberalism Edit

Conservative Liberalism Edit

Conservative Liberalism is a mix between liberalism and conservatism (also called neoconservatism). Basically, it consists of liberal values and conservative policies.

Democratic Liberalism Edit

Democratic Liberalism consists of liberalism with a democratic system, usually the most common way of liberalism.

Green Liberalism Edit

Green liberalism supports the green environment and protects the environment through a liberal government. It is usually social democratic or socialist, stating that Capitalism leads to poor environmental conditions.

Liberal Monarchism Edit

Liberal Monarchism consists of a monarchy with liberal values and policies.

National Liberalism Edit

National Liberalism consists of liberalism with beliefs in nationalism and nationalist values.

Neoliberalism Edit

Neoliberalism, usually related with Market Liberalism, is a modern branch of liberalism which supports privatisation, austerity, deregulation and free trade.

Religious Liberalism Edit

Religious Liberalism consists in liberty and rationality in religious policies.

Political Ideologies
Radical-Leftism Communism - Anarchism - Lindenism - Collectivism - Federal Collectivism - Endrinism
Upper-Leftism Socialism - Nuncirism - Federalism - Unionism - Panterranism
Lower-Leftist Classic Democracy - Hosian Democracy - Kaoism - Ahmadi Democracy
Lower-Rightism Conservatism - Liberalism - New Republicanism
Upper-Rightism Capitalism - Czarism - Logarchism - Pan-Dundorfianism
Radical-Rightism Aretism - Axism - Phalangism - Radical Nationalism - Victorieuxism - Thallerism - Fascism - Frankensteinism
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