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Marcel G.

Degree: Political Thought (Masters) - Exeter University

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I am a Politics student at the University of Exeter. I completed an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and am now pursuing a master's degree in Political Thought. I have a broad and deep knowledge of each subject as well as an enthusiasm which I will make learning with me enjoyable.

I am patient, clear and able to teach at a variety of levels. The material covered in the sessions will be determined by you and I will provide students with both an understanding of the material and develop your analytical abilities, to help you get the best results.

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Economics A Level £20 /hr
Philosophy A Level £20 /hr
Philosophy and Ethics A Level £20 /hr
Politics A Level £20 /hr
Economics GCSE £18 /hr
Philosophy GCSE £18 /hr
Philosophy and Ethics GCSE £18 /hr
Politics GCSE £18 /hr

Qualifications

QualificationLevelGrade
Government and PoliticsA-LevelA
EconomicsA-LevelA
Religious StudiesA-LevelA
Philosophy, Politics and EconomicsBachelors Degree2:1
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To what extent do conservatives support the free market?

Students should begin with a brief discussion on the definition and features of the free market economy, with reference to concepts such as the invisible hand and to theorists such as Adam Smith. In discussing the relationship between conservatism and the free market, students should note tha...

Students should begin with a brief discussion on the definition and features of the free market economy, with reference to concepts such as the invisible hand and to theorists such as Adam Smith.

In discussing the relationship between conservatism and the free market, students should note that the neo-liberal wing of conservatism is more the more supportive of the two. Students should reference concepts such as self-reliance, economic freedom, and wealth generation as well as political figures such as Margaret Thatcher or Ronald Reagan.

On the other hand, students should be able to observe the limit to this connection. They should note concern over inequality, appeal to pragmatism and the role of the state. In this set of views, students should refer to one-nation conservatism as practised by the British Conservative Party in the post-war period.

Students should make a clear argument, whilst acknowledging and countering opposing views. Students might like to make reference to the current day Conservative Party and describe where they fit in their analysis of conservative ideologues. Students may also like to include discussions on free trade and protectionism.

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