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Social liberalism: Quiz


Question 1: [2] Social liberal ideas and parties tend to be considered ________[3][4] or centre-left.
Left-wing politicsMarxismCentrismCentre-right

Question 2: ________[5] (1909–1997)
Karl PopperClassical liberalismLiberalismIsaiah Berlin

Question 3: ________[54][74][75] (* 1933)
Jawaharlal NehruSatyajit RayAmartya SenC. Rajagopalachari

Question 4: The main left-liberal parties in Germany were the German Progress Party during the ________ and the German Democratic Party during the Weimar Republic.
German EmpireAustria–HungaryHoly Roman EmpireGerman colonial empire

Question 5: A reaction against social liberalism in the late 20th century, often called ________, led to monetarist economic policies and a reduction in government provision of services.
Classical liberalismFree marketFriedrich von HayekNeoliberalism

Question 6: ________[3][56][57][58] (1858–1940)
John A. HobsonDerbyCapitalismClassical economics

Question 7: ________[54][55][70] (* 1931)
John RawlsRonald DworkinImmanuel KantJurisprudence

Question 8: Social liberalism is the belief that ________ is compatible with social justice.
Isaiah BerlinLiberalismClassical liberalismDemocracy

Question 9: Writers like Milton Friedman and Samuel Brittan, who were influenced by ________, advocated a reversal of social liberalism.
Lew RockwellMurray RothbardLudwig von MisesFriedrich von Hayek

Question 10: ________[3][12][54][55] (1806–1873)
Jeremy BenthamPlatoJohn Stuart MillImmanuel Kant


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