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Draft of the Declaration of Independence


Ideas and ideology do matter.
If you doubt that, re-read Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence. Re-read the history of the American Revolution — the part where it was Thomas Paine’s printed words that stirred the hearts of the colonists to Revolution and, at its lowest point, re-stirred their hearts and revitalized a flagging cause.
Are you a Conservative, Libertarian, Liberal, or Statist?
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(I’m told I’m right on the border between Conservative and Libertarian.)
~Eowyn

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Dave from Atlanta
Dave from Atlanta
9 years ago

I actually took the test twice. First time I answered from an ideological perspective. For instance, should barriers to international free trade be eliminated? First time I said “yes,” which is my ideological answer. However, one could also make the argument that tariffs on Chinese imports could help balance the trade deficit and counter market “dumping” on the part of the Chinese. It would also contribute to the restoration of American jobs by making American goods more competitive. Plus, shouldn’t the trade restrictions on US goods on the part of other countries be answered by similar restrictions on foreign goods… Read more »

Dave from Atlanta
Dave from Atlanta
9 years ago
Reply to  Dr. Eowyn

“In the abstract” = pure ideology – I agree. Real life practicality must be applied to any argument.

richlaw
9 years ago

Centrist – wow, surprised!

Will
Will
9 years ago

Libertarian. I’m so screwed. Now how am I going to take that “Right winger 4 life” tattoo off my arm?

DCG
DCG
9 years ago

Me, conservative on fiscal, leaning slighlty libertarian on social. Nice quiz!