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Russett and H. H. Freeman, p. 66 Liberal pluralists see a complex web of interactions in International Relations that goes beyond the mere interaction of states. Politically this translates into support for limited government and political pluralism. We will summarise the main assumptions of liberalism below. First, we need to consider further the historical and intellectual origins of liberal thought. LITERATURE BOX The Brandt Report The report North–South: A Programme for Survival, published by The Brandt Commission in 1980, is an example of liberal internationalist sentiment and Keynesian economic philosophy in practice.
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35 and p. 2. W. R. Wittkopf (1999), World Politics: Trend and Transformation, 7th edn, New York: St Martins, p. 310. The aim of the Bretton Woods System (BWS) was to facilitate economic growth, development and trade by providing a stable framework for international economic activity. After the Second World War the prevailing wisdom was that the cause of the war was the economic collapse and world recession of the 1930s which created an unstable climate in which extreme nationalism flourished. It was believed that, when the economic climate was harsh, states immediately took action to protect their own economies.
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