They are, in fact, inalienable in the direction of that to be free is in the proper nature of the man and in its proper destination. They are not, however, inalienable in the direction of that all man, forcibly, possesss them and the harvest of coconuts. We know that the majority of the peoples never knew the freedom as conhecemos' ' (GREENE. ' ' LIBERALISM, ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE, 1957 P. 11) For Theodore Meyer Greene, liberalism was not born of democratic form for the majority, and yes, for the bourgeoisie of century XVIII, that they fomented great part of the economy and that they desired, therefore, greater autonomy, little charged taxes of the Monarchy and power of functional growth of its commerce, being banks, store and sales also of proper services.
' ' The liberal attitude is the natural expression of the faith in the freedom. If we believe in the freedom, is, then, our desire to act without coibies; we will consider this freedom as right ours we will defend and it, exactly being of the others, with the same diligence with that we defend ours. We cannot have freedom, unless it let us believe, and this belief, in same itself, must state attitude liberal stops with outros' ' (GREENE, THEODORE MEYER, ' ' LIBERALISM, ITS THEORY AND PRACTICE, 1957, P. 31). For Norberto Bobbio, Italian, philosopher and thinker politician the existence of a liberal-democratic system, is not ' ' linear' swims; ' , therefore they are about conflicting systems that if contradict in the proper jurisdiction of a State. ' ' A liberal State is not necessarily democratic: in contrast, it is become fullfilled historically in society in which the participation in the government is sufficiently restricted, limited to the possessing classrooms. A democratic government not of the life necessarily to a liberal State: in contrast, the classic liberal State was rank in crisis for the gradual process of democratizao' ' (BOBBIO.