Term Definition

Renu Pokharna

Capitalism refers to the economic system where the means of production are privately owned and are exploited solely for profit. In a capitalist economy government intervention is minimal and pricing is essentially controlled by the 'invisible hand' of the market. 'Laissez Faire' or 'let do' is the norm of free markets. It is believed that markets and trade function best when there is little or no state intervention and only minimal taxation (no more than

Aili Huang

Free trade is a market-based principle that requires that the exchange of goods and services between or within countries is unobstructed by government-imposed restrictions and controls. Free trade enhances competition and breaks down local protectionism. And also enhances the profitability of local industries by enabling them to shop around for better deals, and thus helping them to reduce their costs of production and improve the quality of their goods.

Diego de Melo Conti
Political freedom is the absence of interference in the sovereignty of an individual. The members of a free society have full dominion over their public and private lives. The opposite of a free society would be a totalitarian state that restricts political freedom in order to regulate almost every aspect of behaviour. In this sense ‘freedom’ refers solely to the relation of men to other men, and the only infringement on it is coercion by men.
Freedom is a mental condition – a condition of the spirit. All of us are free, if we but choose to acknowledge it. To borrow from Rose Wilder Lane, freedom is control of self. The essence of your "self" is your mind, soul, and spirit. We all are always free to change our thoughts, improve our knowledge and understanding, and change our attitudes and beliefs – the inner part of each of us. Liberty is a condition of the physical body: the absence of physical restraints.

Cynthia M. Abd El-Malik

Freedom of expression is commonly known as freedom of speech but embraces a wider arena of different forms of expression. It includes one’s rights to embrace ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers as well as expressing them non-violently using different forms of expression (speech, writing, visual and/or auditory means) without being subjected to different forms of censorship or other forms of suppression, prevention, or

Compiled and edited by Dr. Stefan Melnik, a senior advisor to the Friedrich Naumann Foundation as well as political communication trainer, editor and author of many books on liberalism. Names of outside contributors are respectively mentioned under the terms.

gỗ nhân tạo conwood,gỗ conwood,sàn gỗ ngoài trời,gỗ ngoại thất

máy phát điện,máy phát điện dân dụng, máy phát điện gia đình, máy phát điện nhập khẩu