This chapter uncovers neo-liberalism's specific conceptual pattern from a pool of virtually unlimited possible combinations. It identifies neo-liberalism's conceptual configuration and its distinctive identity as an ideology. The book contends that neo-liberalism represents much more than a simple commitment to unfettered free markets; it is a complex ideology with many individual strands, which come together to form a coherent movement in opposition to collectivism.
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