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This is a thematic paper which responds to fixed course texts and others to explain the failure of conservatism and socialism in response to Canadian neo-liberalism. The paper provides an explanation of their irrelevance in the current economic climate and examines their implications for democracy and politics and also, social development. However, the paper points out that neo-liberalism and globalization should not be seen as the permanent phenomena their supporters state them to be. The paper also asserts that after an economic and political crisis, conservative and socialist philosophies will certainly have relevance.
From the Paper:"Canada's 19th century conservative philosophical heritage is contrasted with the liberal heritage of the United States towards ideas of politics and economy that stressed what was good for the greater society, awareness of poverty and the need to try to alleviate it towards acceptance of Welfare State ideologies of the 20th century. It is most significant that..."
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Conservatism/Socialism/Liberalism (2007, December 01) Retrieved July 20, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/conservatism-socialism-liberalism-136033/
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