How to Understand Liberalism as Gardening

Political Theory 17 (1):107-113 (1989)
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The attitude of the liberal towards society is like that of the gardener who tends a plant and, in order to create the conditions most favorable to its growth, must know as much as possible about its structure and the way it functions



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