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What does the word 'progressive' mean? Line up to tell me, take a ticket!

 
 
Robert Gentel
 
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Reply Wed 30 Dec, 2015 01:02 am
@cicerone imposter,
I think it is more accurate to describe a particular political axis but less so in that "liberal" is a better fit for the authoritarian/libertarian axis and the fiscal conservative/fiscal liberal axis).

But I think it fundamentally has better optics and understand why many prefer it. It is slightly more inherently positive.
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