The State has minimal control over the people and it does not interfere in the activities of the people. It is committed to the philosophy of having limited government control, constitutionalism, rule of law, due process, liberty of individuals as well as securing the rights of the people, free market economy, freedom of speech and expression, freedom to practice religion as well as the freedom of the press to criticize the government.
Classical Liberalism propagates the idea that the people should be allowed to be free and they should take the final decision over the choices they make. The State has very less control over the economy of the country and therefore the prices are determined by the free market forces which are left open to compete in the market without any boundaries signified by the State.
America has taken this approach in the way it has structured its political and economic scenario. The current trend has been very much like a classical liberalist approach where the people of the State are given maximum freedom to compensate with very limited State control. Economically the State is tilted towards Capitalism and has a very strong basis for going about it. It believes in the theory that the State should not interfere in the working of the market as long as there are no ambiguities within the structure of the Market. The structure of the market is defined by the players who are independent off the State and therefore the prices are also determined by the independent market forces, as is the true case in America’s economy.
People have the right to voice their opinion wherever they are and there are no boundaries on that aspect. Apart from this the press is very strong and has a vocal opinion when it comes to the decision taken by the State.