The Full Wiki

Classical liberalism: Quiz


Question 1: Other Renaissance thinkers such as ________ and Niccolò Machiavelli represent the rise of humanism in place of the religious tradition of the Middle Ages.
David HumeBlaise PascalThomas AquinasDesiderius Erasmus

Question 2: In the mid-1800s, ________ followed the Whig version of economic liberalism which included state provision and regulation of railroads.
Abraham LincolnAndrew JohnsonUlysses S. GrantGerald Ford

Question 3: Modern day classical liberals are suspicious of all but the most minimal government[12] and object to the ________.
SpainDenmarkWelfare stateUnited Kingdom

Question 4: The qualification classical was applied retroactively to distinguish it from more recent, 20th-century conceptions of liberalism and its related movements, such as modern liberalism and the ________.
Martin Luther King, Jr.Civil rights movementAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Rosa Parks

Question 5: In the United States, liberalism took a strong root because it had little opposition to its ideals, whereas in ________ liberalism was opposed by many reactionary interests.
Western EuropeBalkansEastern EuropeEurope

Question 6: Classical Liberal Historical Timeline, ________ LockeSmith Institute.
Lipscomb UniversityChristian Brothers UniversityBelmont UniversityVanderbilt University

Question 7: [14][15] In relation to economic issues, this revival is sometimes referred to, mainly by its opponents, as "________".
Friedrich von HayekNeoliberalismFree marketClassical liberalism

Question 8: The French tradition included Rousseau, Condorcet, the Encyclopedists and the ________.
Pierre Le Pesant, sieur de BoisguilbertRichard CantillonPhysiocracyTableau économique

Question 9: By the 1970s, however, lagging economic growth and increased levels of ________ and debt spurred new ideas, sometimes called conservatism and sometimes called classical liberalism.
Tax havenExciseTaxIncome tax

Question 10: Modern classical liberals trace their ideology to ancient Greece, the Roman republic[35] and the ________.
RenaissanceItalian RenaissanceWestern art historyBaroque

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address