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What does Noblesse Oblige mean?
The wealthy should look after each other
The rich have a duty to the poor
The upper classes are natural rulers
Which phrase is credited to Disraeli?
The palace is not safe if the village is unhappy
The country will always remain divided
The poor are destined to be ruled
Who were the revolutionary socialists?
Luxembourg, Marx, and Engels
Giddens, Crosland, Luxembourg
Who said 'a hand up, not a hand out'?
What are the three main strands of conservatism?
Traditional, Third Way, New Right
Evolutionary, Traditional, One Nation
Traditional, One Nation, New Right
Who was an evolutionary socialist?
Who argued that private schools should be abolished?
Which socialists believe that the state cannot be used as a tool for change?
Who believed that the state must be overthrown by a series of strikes?
Who introduced Clause 4 about common ownership into the Labour Party Manifesto?
What type of socialist was Anthony Crosland?
What economic approach would a Social Democrat take towards the economy?
What economic approach would One Nation conservatives take towards economics?
Common Ownership Economic approach
In what area could it be argued that New Right conservatism and Third Way socialism are similar?
Why might One Nation conservatives and Third Way socialists seem similar in this area?
They both see the importance in strong social order
They both support and outward facing UK with a role on the global stage
They both focus on market-based neo-liberal economics
Who said that human nature/lives are 'nasty, brutish, and short'?
Which political ideology could technically not be considered an 'ideology'?
Which ideology supports the idea of an organic society?
What is the idea of an organic society?
The idea that society and social classes can shift and move
The idea that all classes have a role to play that makes society function
The idea that society can be changed due to large external forces
Why do conservatives value tradition?
They believe its continued existence demonstrates that it is effective
They believe that they add prestige to a country
They believe it demonstrates the power of a country
Why are traditional conservatives sceptical of laissez-faire economics?
It removes the state from control
It requires optimism in market-forces
It impedes on peoples' rights to own property
What do all conservatives believe about economics?
That capitalism is the best economic system
That common ownership is the best economic approach
That the state should intervene
Who were the main supporters of laissez-faire economics?
Hobbes, Nozick, Oakeshott
In which area do New Right thinkers have a more positive view on human nature?
Who argues that society is made up of smaller communities?
New Right conservatives
One Nation conservatives
Who argued that humans are 'self interested individuals'?
Who argued that society is made up of 'little platoons'?
Who argued that the state should never encroach on the freedoms of individuals?
Who argued that the state should be pragmatic rather than dogmatic?
Who is NOT a key thinker?
What is NOT a reason why some conservatives value property so much?
They believe property is passed down from one to another and provides some degree of stability
Owning property is an incentive to demonstrate a duty of care for towards others so they don't try to change everything
They think property makes people less dependant on the welfare state
Who is credited with the expression of 'an ideal society is a partnership between those who are living, those who are dead, and those who are yet to be born'?
Which area do One Nation conservatives and other conservatives tend not to agree on?
The role of the economy
The role of human nature