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| What is liberalism?
| What does liberalism stand for?
Must-read book: Two Treatises on Government, By John Locke
Must-read book: The Wealth of Nations, By Adam Smith
Must-read book: On Liberty, By John Stuart Mill
These are the principles that define liberalism. A self-described “liberalism” that lacks one of these three main components (political, economic or social) and the principles they embody is not, and cannot, be defined as liberalism.