In the Name of Liberalism examines why the British and North American governments adopted illiberal social policies during this by this century. The book analysis examples of social policy in Britain and the United States that conflict with liberal democratic ideals. The author argues that government accommodation of illiberal policies are a paradox of a liberal democratic framework and that there is a need to question further the internal workings of entrenched democracies.

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