(1) progressive liberalism, already emerging at the end of the 19th century;Chomsky’s views on the alleged relation of Classical liberalism to his tradition of libertarian socialism are given in the video below.
(2) pro-market libertarianism, which emerged from the Classical liberal wing of the Austrian school after 1945 in the work of Mises and Rothbard;
(3) possibly even modern libertarian socialism, as Chomsky claims.
Sunday, June 5, 2011
Classical Liberalism and its Offspring
There is an interesting post here on Classical liberalism: