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    ‘Margaret Thatcher fundamentally altered conservative ideology.’ Discuss. Before Margaret Thatcher, there was classical conservatism which had its roots in very traditional ideas such as the status quo, for example. This meant that conservatives would largely stick to what they were familiar with, and would only change their principals if it was absolutely necessary. Property was also a fundamental idea for classical conservatives. They believed that an Englishman’s home is his castle, and that

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    Conservatism In 1800s

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    If I were to list in order of which one had the most impact on the first half of the 1800’s. The list would have to first start with liberalism, then conservatism and finally nationalism. My reasons for choosing this order is to be explained in the following paragraphs. I will define each of the terms and explain my reasons for placing them in the order that I did. The first and most impactful would have to be liberalism. Liberalism is an ideology based on the belief that people should be

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    The most popular or most widely known ideologies of government are liberalism, conservatism, socialism, and fascism. Liberalism and conservatism are the more popular ideologies in the United States with socialism and fascism being more popular in Europe within extreme governments. Liberalism is defined as: “an ideology positing that the most important goal of politics is to help individuals develop their capacities to the fullest. To this end, people should be regulated and aided by governments as

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    Examples Of Conservatism

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    thought since the Enlightenment are conservatism, classical liberalism, and socialism. In conservatism the individual are considered not consistently rational and individuals are inherently unequal in intelligence, skills, and status. In classical liberalism the individual enjoys rights to life, liberty, and property and is able to use reason to determine the laws of nature. In socialism individuals are social and caring by nature. As for society conservatism believes individuals belong to different

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    edmund burke support conservatism and tradition.ıt is as a political and social philosophy promotes retaining traditional social institutions in the context of the culture and civilization. he is largely set on having a stable society and in order to achieve this stable society,challenge views should not be by the publıc.he want to stable society and he does not trust revolution and future.conservatism against ındustrial revolution and france revolution because in conservatism reform

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    Conservatism Ideology

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    i) Conservatism as an Ideology Conservatism is an ideology that strongly values tradition and continues to utilise the policies put in place by our ancestors before us. Because tradition is fundamental to conservatives they are very susceptible to change their policies: “change will only be supported if it does no harm and if this can be clearly demonstrated” (Young, 2015). Conservatism itself is a pragmatic ideology with no real goals or purpose other than to preserve the traditions put in by

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    Conservatism In Politics

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    Conservatism is a political ideology that is based on the belief that we are all, as humans, “inherently imperfect, with limited capacity to reason” (Mintz, Croci & Close 58). Because of this limited capacity to reason, conservatives argue that society is prone

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    then we believe in not letting anyone take it without an agreement or a fight. Conservatives believe in personal responsibility, limited government, free markets, individual liberty, traditional American values, and a strong national defense. Conservatism is having belief in a true moral code. Human beings are flawed and imperfect. We believe in equality and accepting things to help improve our country.

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    4. Conservatism is a political reasoning that focuses on traditional beliefs when faced with external change. These beliefs may concern religious, cultural or national customs. Conservatives disapprove of radical social change, wishing to keep customs and the way of life the way it is, or make changes slowly. Conservatism involves right-wing politics, which seeks to protect one’s wealth and property, stressing the importance of self-reliance. Conservatives believe there is a need for improvement

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    Conservation: A Promise Towards Our Society I believe that the conservatism ideology holds the most promise as a way to organize a society. After a closer examination, the ideology contains has a more meaningful insight than merely conserving the current structure and resisting change. Unlike the connotation of its name, conservatism accepts the idea of change but only if it occurs at a gradual and consistent pace. Society can progress through change that is gradual or fragmented but, not through

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