r/WorkReform Jan 28 '22

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u/No_Junket_8139 Jan 28 '22

I know what a conservative is (someone that doesnt really like/promote change), I know what a capitalist is (someone that supports capitalism), but what exactly is a liberal?

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u/The_Vigilante20 Jan 28 '22

Essentially someone who is usually socially left-leaning but economically right-wing. The American Democratic Party is an example. Socially progressive but still on the side of the ruling class/the rich.

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u/InHocWePoke3486 Jan 28 '22

Essentially someone who is usually socially left-leaning but economically right-wing

Libertarians, the group worse than conservatives