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justice, social

justice, social  

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Arguments about justice feature not only in sociology, but also in philosophy, political science, social policy, psychology, and of course law itself. Justice is a central moral standard in social ...
laissez-faire economics

laissez-faire economics  

The view that a market economy will perform most efficiently if it is free from government intervention, and is subject only to market forces. This view takes no account of environmental degradation ...
local politics

local politics  

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The politics of subnational units. Liberal theorists customarily assess the strength of local democracy, and thus focus on electoral politics, the politics of decision‐making and governing ...
Margaret Thatcher

Margaret Thatcher  

(b. 13 Oct. 1925).British Prime Minister 1979–90Early careerBorn in Grantham (Lincolnshire), she was educated at Kesteven and Grantham Girls School, and at Oxford, where she studied chemistry. She ...
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right  

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Political ideas, movements, and parties of a conservative or reactionary character. Following the example of the nobility at the time of the French Revolution (1789), members of legislative ...

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