What are differences between Classic Liberalism and Neo-liberalism?

  1. Idk about any differences but one major similarity is that anyone who agonizes over the difference definitely isn't getting laid

  2. With collectivism on the rise, a group of liberal philosophers, economists, and journalists met in Paris at the Walter Lippmann Colloquium in 1938 to discuss the future prospects of liberalism. While the participants could not agree on a comprehensive program, there was universal agreement that a new liberal (neoliberal) project, able to resist the tendency towards ever more state control without falling back into the dogma of complete laissez-faire, was necessary. This sub serves as a forum to continue that project against new threats posed by the populist left and right.

  3. Policies we support include Free Trade Open Borders Occupational Licensing Reform Zoning Reform Carbon Pricing Trans Rights Introductory reading The Neoliberal Mind Neo-Liberalism and its Prospects Neoliberalism: The Genesis of a Political Swearword Full reading list

  4. Classic just hits so much harder. Nobody makes album oriented liberalism anymore. It's all just about singles and selling out. Soulless imo.

  5. The main difference is classical liberalism was all about minimal goverment in social and economic issues while neoliberalism accepts some state control in both.

  6. Monopoly busting, a limited welfare state and the idea that the state is a referee that only rarely gets involved directly and is critical of to much power.

  7. As far as I can see, the main difference seems to be that classical liberals are a lot more sceptical towards central banking and military interventionism.

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