Liberal government often adopted the economic beliefs espoused by Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill and others .
During 19th and early 20th century in the Ottoman Empire and Middle East, liberalism influenced periods of reform such as the Tanzimat and Nahda and the rise of secularism, constitutionalism and nationalism. Most of the philosophes of the French Enlightenment were progressive in the liberal sense and advocated the reform of the French system of government along more constitutional and liberal lines.
Liberal International (LI) is the political international federation for liberal political parties. Its headquarters are located at 1 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HD within the National Liberal Club. It was founded in Oxford in 1947, and has become the pre-eminent network for liberal parties and for the strengthening of liberalism around the world. The Oxford Manifesto describes the basic political principles of the Liberal International.
What follows is a bibliography of books on British liberal history . Julie Smith, A Sense of Liberty: The History of Liberal International, 1947-1997 (Liberal International, London, 1997).
What follows is a bibliography of books on British liberal history, including biographies. Alan Sykes, The Rise and Fall of British Liberalism, 1776-1988 (Longmans, London, 1997). Liberal history pre-1688.
Sense of Liberty : History of the Liberal International 1947-1997. Format Hardback 144 pages. Publication date 01 Nov 1997. Publication City/Country London, United Kingdom. By (author) Julie Smith. Illustrations note 9ill.
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Smith, J. (1997) A Sense of Liberty – The History of the Liberal International 1947–1997. London: Liberal International. Smith, . Huff, A. and Edwards, G. (2012) Towards a More Comprehensive, Strategic and Cost-effective EU Foreign Policy: The Role of National Parliaments and the European Parliament. Brussels, Belgium: European Parliament Directorate General for Internal Policies: Policy Department D – Budgetary Affairs.
Internacional LiberalMovimento Liberal Social – Liberalismo em Portugal, Social Liberal Movement official . See page 1 and further of A sense of liberty, by Julie Smith, published by the Liberal International in 1997.
Internationale Libérale, Europe Politique europe-politique.
Smith’s liberal system was not concerned solely with international trade. Britain’s exceptional history of stable government and islandhood helped to make Smith’s focus on natural liberty possible. He used liberal to describe application of the same principles to domestic policy issues. Smith was a great opponent of restrictions in the labor market, favoring freedom of contract, and wished to see labor markets resting on such liberal principles. In his recent book Inventing Freedom: How the English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World, Daniel Hannan quotes Smith in a 1763 lecture.
Julie Elizabeth Smith, Baroness Smith of Newnham (born 1 June 1969) is an academic specialising in European politics and a Liberal Democrat politician. From 2003 to 2015, she was a local councillor on Cambridge City Council
Julie Elizabeth Smith, Baroness Smith of Newnham (born 1 June 1969) is an academic specialising in European politics and a Liberal Democrat politician. From 2003 to 2015, she was a local councillor on Cambridge City Council. Since September 2014, she has been a life peer and a member of the House of Lords. Smith was born on 1 June 1969. From 1980 to 1987, she was educated at Merchant Taylors' Girls' School, an all-girls selective independent school based in Great Crosby, Merseyside
Baroness Smith of Newnham She is currently a Vice-Chair of the Liberal Democrats’ Federal Policy Committee and serves the General Election manifesto working group.
Baroness Smith of Newnham. Dr Julie Smith is Director of the European Centre and Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the Department of Politics and International Studies, Cambridge University, and a Fellow of Robinson College, where she is a Graduate Tutor and Director of Studies in Politics. She was Deputy Director of the Centre of International Studies in Cambridge for five years until the Centre’s merger with Politics in 2009. She is currently a Vice-Chair of the Liberal Democrats’ Federal Policy Committee and serves the General Election manifesto working group.
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