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libertarianism

support individual liberty in economic, personal and soccer realms over government action. normally associated with 3rd parties

conservatism

favor traditional views on social, cultural and economic matters and demand a more limited government role (associated with republicans


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liberalism

support social and cultural change and want an activist government. favor equality. (associated with Democrats)

Hobbes vs. Locke

One says that government is necessary and one says government is mistrusting. agreed that we enter a social contract and that rights are the foundation of mortality

Montesquieu

Authored "spirit of the laws". separation of powers, checks and balances

Tocqueville

french scholar. traveled U.S., wrote democracy in action. believed too much individualism led to materialsim