Sentences with 'liberalised'

Example sentences and phrases with the word liberalised and other words derived from it.

« Thus, despite opposition from conservatives, much of Europe was slowly and gradually liberalised in the period from 1815 to 1848. »
« The newly liberalised parliament that followed quickly voted to end slavery in the British territories (1833), passed the controversial Poor Laws that created public workhouses (1834) for the unemployed, and eliminated corrupt and archaic municipal governments and replaced them with elected councils. »
« The first popularly elected national assembly in German history met to draft a constitution based on the principle of German unity and a liberalised legal order. »
« He called for "socialism with a human face", i.e. a kind of communist government that allowed freedom of speech, a liberalised view of human expression and a diversified economy that could cater to sectors other than heavy industry. »
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