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  • Cobdenism — is an economic theory, focusing on the free market and free trade named for the British statesman and economist Richard Cobden. Whilst the term Cobdenism is largely unused nowadays, Cobdenism traditionally has a stronger focus on international… …   Wikipedia

  • Cobdenism — Cob·den·ism || kÉ’bdÉ™nɪzÉ™m n. economic theory that concentrates upon the free market and free trade (named after Richard Cobden the British statesman and economist) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cobdenism — ˈkäbdəˌnizəm noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Richard Cobden died 1865 English statesman and economist + English ism : the political and economic doctrines of Richard Cobden, 19th century English statesman and economist whose… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Richard Cobden — Died Suffolk Street, London Cause of death Asthma and bronchitis Resting place West Lavington, West Su …   Wikipedia

  • World peace — is an ideal of freedom, peace, and happiness among and within all nations. It is the professed ambition of many past and present world leaders.DefinitionWorld peace is the utopian ideal of planetary non violence by which nations willingly… …   Wikipedia

  • cobdenite — ˌnīt noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Richard Cobden died 1865 + English ite : an adherent of Cobdenism * * * Cobˈdenite noun A supporter of Cobdenism, esp a free trader …   Useful english dictionary

  • Democratic peace theory — (or liberal democratic theory[1] or simply the democratic peace ) is the theory that democracies, for some appropriate definition of democracy, rarely, or even never, go to war with one another. Some have preferred the term inter democracy… …   Wikipedia

  • Cobden — may refer to: Places Cobden, Victoria, Australia Cobden, Ontario, Canada Cobden, New Zealand, a suburb of Greymouth Cobden, Illinois, United States Cobden, Minnesota, United States Other uses Richard Cobden, British manufacturer and politician… …   Wikipedia

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