General philosophical theory outlined by Gerald F. Gaus in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
An article written in 1973 by F.A. Hayek for an Italian encyclopaedia on the content and development of the liberal ideology.
Points out similarities between the issue positions of U.S. left-liberals and libertarians. Also gives quotes, reading list, and related links.
Concise introduction to the history and theory of classical liberalism.
Terrence Cook compares "right liberalism" and "left liberalism" in chart form.
Michael Cain considers three volumes of essays on liberal economic and political thought in Central Europe.
Speech by Samuel Brittan to the EU Seminar on Europe in 21st Century (April 14 2000). Brittan is a leading economic commentator and Financial Times columnist.
Encyclopedia article examines the classical liberal school and notes distinctions between it and other schools of thought within liberalism such as libertarianism and New Liberalism.
Encyclopedia article outlining the history of the ideology and explaining different forms of liberalism.
Considers why most liberal parties in Central and Eastern Europe disappeared from the political scene after a promising beginning in the early 1990s. Published in Central Europe Review .