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a political orientation that favors social progress by reform and by changing laws rather than by revolution

an economic theory advocating free competition and a self-regulating market

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He faced opposition from an official Sinclair Liberal candidate in the person of Roy Harrod, who was a fervent admirer of John Maynard Keynes, the progressive Liberal economist.
So as a man of reason and therefore a progressive liberal, he sets out to give Radcon ideas a "fair hearing" in order to show why they are "dangerously wrong.
While the Third World and many evangelicals are calling it grounds for schism Bishop Robinson and progressive liberals fail to see the fallout of their views and actions.
As a Christian and a progressive and a reader of this magazine, I must confess that I see no one on the staff of The Progressive giving a break to a vast group of American, progressive liberals.
Some of these scholars have laid stress on the possibilities of American liberalism, others on its limits, but few dispute that Senator Robert Wagner and a cohort of urban Democrats were the central agents of reform--that these progressive liberals, over the protests of their more conservative Southern colleagues, developed the far-reaching statute.
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