From economic revolution to social revolution

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					From economic revolution to social revolution
Alan Finlayson
Soundings; Winter 2008; 40; Docstoc
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Description: In trying to achieve certain progressive goals, Conservatism means the encouragement of social responsibility, the opening up of choice for individuals, the effort to harness the energies of society more widely and not just of the state, and the belief that certain social institutions can play an enormously powerful role in addressing certain social problems. The only things that mark off a Conservative disposition are not having an ideology - a theory that gets imposed - and having that set of intuitions I was describing, and trying always to address what is conceived as the present rather than some future millenarian or Utopian goal. [...] are all sons of spiritual and cultural ricochet effects of poverty and deprivation on the rest of society.
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