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We define the terms liberal as being a extreme to moderate view of the left socialism side who believe in distributing the wealth of a country, community or province/state. We define the terms liberal as being a extreme to moderate view of the left socialism side who believe in distributing the wealth of a country, community or province/state.
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Be it resolved that Conservative views are more superior than those of liberal.

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Background and Context of Debate:

We define the terms Conservative being a view of politics which is right and therefore stands for capitalism. They are also for privately owned businesses and property, and a free market where you can buy and trade stocks freely with no government involvement, and the free market also determines the prices of goods, labour and services of the country, province/state, and/or community.

We define the terms liberal as being a extreme to moderate view of the left socialism side who believe in distributing the wealth of a country, community or province/state.

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