Nope. Neo-liberalism is, “extensive economic liberalization policies such as privatization, fiscal…
Ginger Murray

You’re using a definition from the 1930’s. Maybe you should have read a bit more of the Wikipedia article before copy and pasting the first paragraph.

A bit further down in the article, they also say:

In the decades that followed, the use of the term neoliberal tended to refer to theories at variance with the more laissez-faire doctrine of classical liberalism, and promoted instead a market economy under the guidance and rules of a strong state, a model which came to be known as the social market economy.

Which fits Clinton to a T. But that’s not the worst part of the globalist neo-liberalism that Hillary Clinton support. She is truly an evil person. In her latest interview, she described many countries as “Place that catalyze and protect terrorism,” yet these are the same countries that paid her and her husband millions of dollars and supported her “Foundation” to the tune of many more millions. Why is she taking their money, again?

Instead of the 1930’s neo-liberal ideas, try comparing Clinton to modern globalist and state interventionist policies of modern neo-liberalism. The Wikipedia article Neoliberalism (international relations) is a better place to start than the article you copied from.

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