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Economic Geography
A review of the economic movements of liberalism and neoliberalism.
# 141091 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Economics (General)


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The paper explains that neoliberalism is an economic movement defined in different ways by different theorists, with one of the central definitions offered by Elizabeth Martinez and Arnoldo Garcia as they state that neoliberalism is a set of policies involving political, economic, and even religious ideas. The paper discusses how liberalism preceded neoliberalism, of course, and has been used in the United States to prevent social conflict. The paper describes how the original liberalism of Adam Smith was a laissez-faire system meant to avoid restrictions on manufacturing, barriers to commerce, and tariffs, and free trade was promoted.

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"Neoliberalism is an economic movement defined in different ways by different theorists, with one of the central definitions offered by Elizabeth Martinez and Arnoldo Garcia as they state that neoliberalism is a set of policies involving political, economic, and even religious ideas. Liberalism preceded neoliberalism, of course, and has been used in the United States to prevent social conflict. The original Liberalism of Adam Smith was a laissez-faire system meant to avoid restrictions on manufacturing, barriers to commerce, and tariffs, and free trade was promoted. With the Great Depression of the 1930s, the concept of traditional economic liberalism fell into disfavor, only to be revived as..."

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