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Upon coming to power, Tiso stated that he looked forward to the day when "Jewishness is finally excluded from our national life, since it has always been a corrupting element in Slovakia and the most important vehicle of Marxist and liberalistic ideas." (12) Tiso's policy of "Slovakia for the Slovaks" ultimately led to the expulsion of Czechs, Roma, and Jews from Slovak territory.
4) actuality of the "liberalistic school" in modern international relations: "liberalistic school", emphasizing the role of international order, rule of law and importance of international institutions, does have some strong groundings when trying to explain modern international relations; (5) since the concept of conflict prevention arose from the "liberalistic school" mainly, it is worth promoting the idea and practice of conflict prevention in the aspirations to avert the bloodshed;
By pretending to desire only the betterment of the condition of the working classes, by urging the removal of the very real abuses chargeable to the liberalistic economic order, and by demanding a more equitable distribution of this world's goods (objectives entirely and undoubtedly legitimate), the Communist takes advantage of the present world-wide economic crisis to draw into the sphere of his influence even those sections of the populace which on principle reject all forms of materialism and terrorism."
Within the framework of this perspective, some theoreticians point to the possibility of converging positive aspects of various theories and making combinations such as liberalistic or socialistic feminist justice (Fraser & Nicholson, 1988, 332; Sterba, 1999, 20).
The evil that both Baudelaire and Nietzsche found to be lacking in the liberalistic nineteenth century, was for them nothing more than the mask of drives no longer subject to Victorian repression.
Repeating earlier papal critiques of liberalism, Pius XI, in Divini redemptoris, warned against "liberalistic individualism, which subordinates society to the selfish use of the individual," and called for "the infusion of social justice and the sentiment of Christian love into the social-economic order." (19)
Capitalism needs freedom but can become the liberalistic freedom of the fox in the hen house.