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The author of 'On Liberty' wasMarks:1
Explanation:J.S.Mill was the author of 'On Liberty' and advocated moral and economic freedom of individuals from the state.
According to Rousseau, liberty consists in the obidence ofMarks:1
Explanation:The general will is always a force of the good and the just. It is independent, totally sovereign, infallible and inviolable.
The idea of "positive liberty" means thatMarks:1
state has the right to intervene for the welfare of the people.
Explanation:Positive liberty means not only freedom from constraints but freedom to conditions necessary for free and full development of the self, which the state must ensure.
Three central features of modern liberalism areMarks:1
individualism, tolerance and welfare state.
Explanation:Modern liberalism gives priority to the individual, supports tolerance and also assigns a welfare role to the state to fulfil the basic needs of the weaker sections.
Socialism does NOT allowMarks:1
free market economy.
Explanation:Socialism is a social, economic and political theory of public ownership of goods and services. It gives priority to public good over individual good as opposed to capitalism.