Liberal vs. Conservative


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    Not everybody cares about the age-old struggle between "liberals" and "conservatives" (by whatever names they may go by this week). But unlike the father who cast aside his son when asked if he was aware that "Ronald is a homosapiens", maybe we should at least wonder precisely what things are, before we decide that we are not interested in them.

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Sadly, ask most of the people who care enough about the terms "liberal" and/or "conservative"to actually use them quite often precisely what it is that makes liberals take the positions they do, and conservatives take the opposite ones, and the probability is very high that they won't be able to tell you.
        Check out this web site, however, and you will find the clearest, most insightful explanation available anywhere of what actually makes ideas, and the people who embrace them either CONSERVATIVE on the one hand, or LIBERAL on the other. And you will not only understand how and why liberals and conservatives think, emote, and act the way they do, but you will probably know which of them you want to be associated with for the rest of your life.

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