Conservatism Key Words

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  • Created on: 12-05-16 18:31
N J S K M K E U N T Y Q S N M X P K Y F F
B Y S U D Y V V O D Q W N N T J C H J V P
Q M E C K E F T I H N S M E Q D I D P M F
Y S N L M C C K T U K T R O N D E H R O P
Y I E K N O M O A K N F A L B G M E U O D
R N V F O N S S Z V E W F I O U N V V U K
X A I Y I O I C I G O O F B R T I X C F K
F I S H T M L G T G C J W E X R P R O K R
Y R S C I I A P A Q O R A R Y B Q S R B F
K A I R D C N A V R N W L A Q O X W G K C
Y T M A A L R L I U S W S L U N E A A U M
G I R R R I E S R A E E G I H G W V N O N
X R E E T B T A P K R W M S F E P E I M Y
W O P I V E A E U S V K D M N V K U C H J
V H H H V R P I M D A R I H N Q S U I Q L
D T Y E S A O N E E T H R I P G O H S T U
N U I E R L L F S Q I K Y P K H G O M E W
D A P X F I N M U V S Q C A E N T B R I G
H G N R K S V G O U M G I X X O E X C I C
L W M V R M S F X U V V V W T P M U L U H
H K N X I T S J G F H F Y Y D J A U P J I

Clues

  • A belief in the market as a self-regulating mechanism that tends naturally to deliver general prosperity and opportunities for all. (8, 10)
  • A belief that society operates like an organism or living entity, the whole being more than a collection of its individual parts. (10)
  • A belief that strong central authority, imposed from above, is either desirable or necessary (16)
  • A gradation of social positions or status; hierarchy implies structural or fixed inequality in which position is unconnected with individual ability. (9)
  • A modern version of social conservatism that emphasizes the need to restore order, return to traditional or family values or revitalize nationalism (15)
  • A practice or institution that has endured through time and has therefore been inherited from an earlier period (9)
  • An updated version of classical political economy that is dedicated to market individualism and minimal statism (13)
  • Literally, to act in a fatherly fashion, as a political principle, refers to power or authority being exercised over others with the intention of conferring benefit or preventing harm (11)
  • The transfer of state assets from the public to the private sector, reflecting a contraction of the state's responsibilities (13)
  • The willingness to allow people to make their own moral choices; permissiveness suggests that there are no authoritative values (14)

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