Question by  Baimer (19)

What was the ideology of the Whig party?


Answer by  vsgunnam (222)

The ideology of Whig Party, one of the original political parties in England/UK for the period from 18th to mid 19 th centuries was,Classical Liberalism, Constitutional Monarchism and Rule of Law.


Answer by  Anonymous

the whig party was the same as the liberals as the liberals was the new formation of the whigs.


Answer by  embockjr (709)

I suspect that the question is related to the American Revolution. The ideology of the Whig party was to break from the rule of England and to support the idea of a free country. In essence, the Whig party was one with the American Revolution. Without such a movement in America, the revolution could have failed to attain success.

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