Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality

Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality, the trinity of modern democracy, and which first found expression as a political creed in the French Revolution, of which the first term is now held to require definition, the second to have only a sentimental basis, and the third to be in violation of the fact of things; universal suffrage is the expression of it politically.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Liberia * Libration
Leyden Jar
Leys School
Lhassa
L'Hôpital
Li
Lia-fail
Liberalism, Modern
Liberal-Unionist
Liberationist
Liberia
Liberty, Fraternity, and Equality
Libration
Libri-Carrucci, Count
Libya
Lichfield
Lichtenberg, Georg Christoph
Licinius, Caius
Lick Observatory
Lictor
Liddell, Henry George
Liddon, Henry Parry