List of Liberal Theorists - Mill and Further, The Development of (international) Liberalism

Mill and Further, The Development of (international) Liberalism

See for the somewhat different development of an American liberalism after World War II the section on American liberal theory. American liberal theorists who also had influence on liberalism outside the United States are included in this section.

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