This chapter explores liberal traditions in Germany, Britain, and the United States. It details unifying themes and varieties of thought in the history of German, British, and American liberalism and notes the decline in traditional understandings of liberalism in the early part of the twentieth century. The chapter aims to outline, historically, the liberal traditions that neo-liberalism has both drawn upon and reacted against.
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