Conservative corporatism

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Conservative corporatism, based upon the normative value of conservatism and the structural layout of corporatism, arose as a response to liberal pluralism and Marxist radicalism by rejecting the pluralism of liberalism, the dialectical materialism of Marxism and the mutually held secular attitudes of both liberalism and Marxism.[1] Economic systems of conservative corporatism are identified as involving a status-related welfare state, pronounced but not extreme income differentials, moderately hierarchical status rankings, moderate social rights and some social exclusion.[2]

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  1. ^ Emile F. Sahliyeh. Religious resurgence and politics in the contemporary world. Albany, USA: State University of New York Press, 1990. P184.
  2. ^ Mike Maguire, Rodney Morgan, Robert Reiner. The Oxford handbook of criminology. 4th edition. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2007. P364.