Thomas Hill Green presents a vision of liberalism that is very different from some of the other forms of liberalism presented in the readings. Why do you think these different perspectives are grouped together under the label “liberalism”? Does this grouping make sense? Are there significant common elements? Or are the approaches better thought of as fundamentally different? Explain and defend your answer.

Here are the readings from the text:

– Ball, Terence, and Dagger, Richard, Ideals and Ideologies: A Reader. Ninth Edition (New York: Pearson/Longman, 2014).

1. Ideals: Introduction and Chapter 1 Introduction

2. Ideals: 1.1: Carver, “Ideology: the Career of a Concept”

3. Ideals: 3.11: Hobbes, second excerpt only (Ch. 14).

4. Ideals: 3.12: Locke excerpts.

5. Ideals: 3.14: Declaration of Independence

6. Ideals: 3.15: Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen

7. Ideals: 3:17: Kant excerpt.

8. Ideals: 3:18: Mill, “Liberty and Individuality.”

9. Ideals: 3:20: T.H. Green excerpt.

10. Ideals: 3:19: William Graham Sumner excerpt.

11. Ideals: 3.25: Murray Rothbard excerpt.

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