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- The principle, state or quality of being illiberal.
- 2009 January 25, Timothy Garton Ash, “A Liberal Translation”, in New York Times:
- As the Oxford political theorist Michael Freeden observed, if just one of the necessary components — for example, the free market — dominates, then the result can be illiberalism.
- 2017 April, Andrew Sullivan, “The Reactionary Temptation”, in New York Magazine:
- In the Netherlands, the anti-immigrant right became the second-most-popular vote-getter — a new high-water mark for illiberalism in that once famously liberal country.