A person who believes that the government should take strong action to

A person who believes that the government should take strong action to prevent unfair practices is a _____. conservative moderate reactionary liberal

2 months ago

Solution 1

Guest Guest #8583400
2 months ago
I believe the answer is: Liberal.
In general, citizens that had a liberal view of politics tend to favour more government intervention in their day to day life.
So they tend to support things such as higher taxes, more Government welfare programs, more government budget allocated to public education, etc.

Solution 2

Guest Guest #8583401
2 months ago

Liberal is the answer.

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