Describe the ideology of liberalism during the early 19th century

Liberalism in the early 19th century stood for freedom for the individual and equality to all before law for the new middle classes.

Important points are as follows

  • It means freedom of equality before law.
  • It included end of aristocracy and clerical privileges.
  • It meant representative government through Parliament.
  • In the economical sphere, it included freedom of markets and end of restrictions on goods.

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