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19 February, 02:28

Why would a supporter of liberalism view the basis of a nation differently from a nationalist?

A. Liberalism expects equal rights for all people within a state, while nationalism favors a specific identity based on culture.

B. Liberalism requires government power to be delegated to local organizations, while nationalism is opposed to local government.

C. Liberalism requires individual ownership of all property, while nationalism requires collective national ownership of all property.

D. Liberalism supports the absolute rule of monarchs, while nationalism requires monarchs to work under constitutional limits.

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  1. 19 February, 04:02
    The answer would be A because liberalism seeks the equalization of social stance, power, food, and other basic necessities.
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