Does capitalism require liberalism? Does liberalism require capitalism? Drawing from at least two liberal thinkers we have studied, provide arguments in response to both questions.   

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Liberalism is a political ideology that emphasizes individual liberty and rights and equal opportunity as political goals. Capitalism is an economic system that emphasizes the creation of capital through a free market, and private ownership of the means of production. Thus,   Liberalism and Capitalism are interlinked. One cannot exist without the other and both are related to the limited government.
Liberalism as an ideology traces it origin to scholars like Benjamin Constant and Locke...
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