Evolution of Liberalism
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What are associations of workers who organize themselves to voice their concerns and lobby for improved rights and wages?29Users enter free text
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What are associations of workers who organize themselves to voice their concerns and lobby for improved rights and wages?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
What problems were associated with classical liberalism?
all of the above
political and economic inequality
A group of working class people in Britain during the Industrial Revolution that called for better working conditions and greater human rights.Users enter free textType an Answer60s
A group of people that protested by destroying mechanical equipment they believed was causing unemployment and changing ways of life.Users enter free textType an Answer60s
What did Robert Owen believe?
He believed that you could never change the way of life of workers.
He believed that a change of environment would not affect anyone positively.
He believed that the kind of person one became depended on their environment.
He believed that everyone could overcome their environment even it was abusive.60s
What are economic resources needed for the production of goods and services?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
Which of the following words does not describe socialism?
Who believed that as long as one class owned the means of production, they would always take advantage of those who worked for a living?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
What is the belief that an ideal society could be created through better education and working conditions?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
Which two rights are part of universal suffrage?
right to know freedom from social contracts
right of all citizens to suffer for their beliefs
right of all adults to participate fully in society
right of all citizens to vote60s
What were policies intended to produce economic productivity?
increased taxes, personal and business
deregulation of industry
Which is an example of government regulation?
What is a charge imposed on a country's citizens by their government?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
What is a tax applied to goods imported or exported from a country?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
What term is given to the wage earners of a society?Users enter free textType an Answer60s
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