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Geoffrey M. Hodgson The meaning of socialism The word socialism first appeared in 1827. Robert Owen defined socialism as “the

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When vital words lose their meaning, then democracy will die Geoffrey M. Hodgson Theresa May once told us that “Brexit

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Geoffrey M. Hodgson In a recent New York Times interview, the Nobel economist Joseph Stiglitz declared that Bernie Sanders, “a

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Geoffrey M. Hodgson The idea of Ludwig Mises, Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman, that there was once an ultra-individualist ‘classical

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Geoffrey M. Hodgson A summary of Geoffrey M. Hodgson (2019) ‘How Mythical Markets Mislead Analysis: An Institutionalist Critique of Market

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 Marxism, liberalism and the Euston Manifesto   “It is at times like these that voices like Geras are sorely needed.”

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  Geoffrey M. Hodgson   When it was used by Robert Owen and his followers from the 1830s, the word

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More on the Seven Dimensions of Liberalism   Geoffrey M. Hodgson   The common core of all varieties of liberalism

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  Beyond its shared stress on liberty and rights, liberalism comes in many different forms. One of these varieties is

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  Despite their declared support for free trade, Tory libertarians like David Davis and Jacob Rees-Mogg are acting as if

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