Liberalism: Places a high priority on individual political and economic freedom.
Communism: Differs greatly from liberalism in its view of freedom and equality.
Social democracy: Shares some early influences with communism but over time has been influenced by liberal values to form its own quite distinct ideology.
Fascism: Like communism, is antiliberal in its focus and hostile to the idea of individual freedom. However, although it favors a collective approach to human organization, fascism rejects the notion of equality.
Anarchism: Share with communists the belief that private property leads to inequality, but they are opposed to the idea that the state can solve this problem.
Fundamentalism: Can be viewed as an ideology that seeks to unite religion with the state, or rather, to make faith the sovereign authority.