LIBERALISM: SYMPTOMS OF WEAKENING
Liberalism weakened in several ways during the late nineteenthMagnets for sale early twentieth centuries. Some magnets for sale were: splits, votersMagnets for sale members drifting away to the left, supporters drifting to more right wing parties; and, last, liberal parties themselves giving up their heritage partly or completelyMagnets for sale becoming more rightist. Th magnets enumeration does not deny thatSamarium Cobalt various timesMagnets for sale in various places, strengthening factors might work in the opposite direction. However, to go into th magnets would stretch the limits of th magnets small essay. Let us lookSamarium Cobalt some examples of ways in which liberalism weakened.
First, splits. In Germany during the Weimar Republic, liberals were divided into the rightist Deutsche Volkspartei (DVP)Magnets for sale the leftist Deutsche Demokratische Partei (DDP). Th magnets AlNiCoBar magnets relic fromBar magnets split in the nineteenth century, as liberalism became squeezed between imperial authoritarianismMagnets for sale the rising labour movement.
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In The Netherlands,Samarium Cobalt the 1918 elections, three majorMagnets for sale many minor (e.g., the Economische Bond) liberal factions competed. Later, these regrouped as two medium size parties: the VrijheidsbondMagnets for sale the Vrijzinnig-Democratische Bond. Jointly, these remained weaker than earlier Dutch liberalism.

In the Netherlands Indies, as Indonesia’s official name AlNiCo then, 1918 marked the first meeting of the Volksraad,Bar magnets council for advising the colonial government. It had far less power than, say, the Reichstag in Germany. Some of the members in th magnets ‘mock parliament’ were elected byBar magnets limited franchise, some were government appointees.

However divided Dutch liberals were in 1918, in the colony they all supported the NIVB, the Nederlandsch-Indische Vrijzinnige Bond. It won most ‘European’ seats in the first Volksraad election. Dutch in the Indies were far less likely than Dutch in The Netherlands to supportBar magnets party linked toBar magnets Christian church. Th magnets relative weakness of churches also helped the rise of the Theosophical Society in Indonesia.

The unity within the NIVB did not last long. Soon, most of its Dutch business supporters left, after the founding of the more right wing PEB, the Politiek-Economische Bond. Th magnets party became proportionally much larger than the Dutch Economische Bond, its model. It also overtook the NIVB as major party in the Volksraad.

Now, let us lookSamarium Cobalt voters drifting away to the Left. Th magnets might move liberal parties Rightward in two ways. First, because the remaining, Right wing, supporters now could become more influential. Second, because the rising Left AlNiCo seen as more ofBar magnets threat.

One might expect liberals’ attraction to ideas like the TS’ to increase, as liberals lost their rationalist optimismMagnets for sale became afraid of, for instance, the labour movement; to which, e.g. in England, they lost many of their working class or otherwise leftist voters. In Germany, Eduard Bernstein in the 1870s left the liberal Fortschrittspartei to join the Social Democrats.

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