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Liberalism In Romania

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A critical approach to Romanian liberalism emerged after 1989 and is still to a significant extent work in progress. In 2005, an important issue of Xenopoliana, the journal of the "A. D. Xenopol" Academic Foundation in Iaşi, launched a well-argued and polemical appeal for a wide-ranging research project on liberalism and the liberals. Did they create the institutions of a modern democracy or an authoritarian regime backed by a party oligarchy, did they oppose universal suffrage because they believed the masses were not ready for it, or because they feared that Prince Cuza might manipulate it to install an authoritarian, personal regime are the few conundrums, yet to be solved.

Keywords: Romanian liberalism; xenopoliana



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