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I would have to agree with modern liberalism more than classical liberalism....
[tags: Liberalism, Classical liberalism] - We use ideas that are hundreds of years old to run our cities, states and country governments.
At that time conservatives adopted the Classic Liberal beliefs in protecting economic civil liberties.
Conversely social liberals adopted the Classical Liberal belief in defending social civil liberties.
Neither ideology adopted the pure Classical Liberal belief that government exists to protect both social & economic civil liberties.
Conservatism shares an ideological agreement on limited government in the area of preventing government restriction against economic civil liberties as embodied in the ability of people to sell their goods, services or labor to anyone they choose free from restriction except in rare cases where society's general welfare is at stake.