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Political liberalism is then accused of imposing secularist culture, irreligious attitudes, and atheistic ideology.
The attitudes of such liberais as Gustav Mevissen and Hermann Beckerath provoke Magnus to distinguish Rhenish liberalism sharply from Badenese liberalism, which harbored a number of antisemitic resentments.
As a Jew and a Zionist he has felt at home in israel because there he has felt free, and not like he was in a foreign country; yet he remains "totally loyal to Britain, to Oxford, to Liberalism, to Israel, to a number of other institutions" with which he identifies.
Speaking of the state, Ryan reminds the reader that, historically, liberals at one time have thought that liberalism was threatened by democracy and at another that liberalism entailed democracy, "What liberalism is always committed to," he says, "is constitutional government.