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    • Pedro L. Rodriguez

      What is classical liberalism? Dr. Nigel Ashford explains the 10 core principles of the classical liberal & libertarian view of society and the proper role of government: 1) Liberty as the primary political value 2) Individualism 3) Skepticism about power 4) Rule of Law 5) Civil Society 6) Spontaneous Order 7) Free Markets 8) Toleration 9) Peace 10) Limited Government

    • Jen Ward

      What is classical liberalism? Very different than American "progressive" liberalism of today. Classical liberalism is more akin to libertarianism.

    • laurie laird

      Are you a classical liberal? (Hmmmm, i do agree with much of this...but something is missing. I like Prager Univerity videos.)

    • Jessica Thompson

      Watch this! Dr. Nigel Ashford discusses the 10 core principles of Classical Liberalism.

    • Foundation for Economic Education (FEE)

      FEE Alumni, Zak Slayback writes a blog post "In Defense of Classical Liberalism."

    • sleepy kitty

      The ten basic principles of Classical Liberalism (modern libertarianism).

    • David Peche

      What is Classical Liberalism? | Learn Liberty

    • Tracy Clarke

      What is classical liberalism? (video)

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