Comparison Chart: Conservatives, Liberals and Revolutionaries

  Conservatives Liberals Revolutionaries
Representatives Joseph de Maistre Simon Sismondi Thomas Carlyle B. Constant Adam Smith John Stuart Mill Henri de Saint-Simon Lenin Clara Zetkin Rosa Luxemburg Karl Liebknecht
Key ideas preserve the traditional way of life and the old political order, rejected the views of the Enlightenment. the path of reforms, but did not deny the right of peoples to a revolutionary struggle against the enslavers, non-interference of the state in the private and business life of citizens the overthrow of the bourgeoisie, the rule of the proletariat, the destruction of the old, bourgeois society and the founding of a new society, without classes and without private property. Through social revolutions to a communist society.
Whose interests reflected the old nobility, large landowners and part of the peasantry industrialists and bankers proletariat

 

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