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  • n  a political orientation originating in the 1960s; blends liberal political views with an emphasis on economic growth

  • He was first elected in 2006 after promoting a new constitution to lead Ecuador out of the "long night of neoliberalism.
  • At a time when Koch and other fiscally conservative Democrats are thought to be the vanguard of a new wave of neoliberalism, Cuomo spoke of restoring the "soul of the Democratic .
  • Says Charles Peters, editor of the Washington Monthly and one of neoliberalism's gurus: "Liberals have automatically defended Government without scrutinizing whether it actually .

  • Evo Morales in Forbes
    At a rally with hundreds of his supporters, Morales accused the protesters of trying to block his efforts to help the poor and "defending neoliberalism, which has done so much harm."
  • Pope John Paul II in Foreign Policy In Focus
    During his 1999 exhortation, Ecclesia in America, John Paul stated "in many countries of America, a system known as 'neoliberalism' prevails; based on a purely economic conception of the human person, this system considers profit and the law of the...
  • Fidel Castro in Xinhua
    It is naive to think that the good intentions of one president justifies the existence of a body that...... supported...... neoliberalism, drug trafficking, military bases and economic crises,Castro said.

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