What were the Political, Social, and Economic Ideas Supported by the Liberals?
The political associations in the German regions whose members were middle-class professionals, businessmen, and prosperous artisans came together in the city of Frankfurt. They decided to vote for an all-German National Assembly. The matter of providing political rights to women was a controversial one within the liberal movement.
In the Social context, they did not want a biased environment based on class. Women started newspapers, political clubs, etc. They actively took part in political rallies and struggled for the right to vote.
Economically, liberals demanded market freedom and rights for the property. They wanted the government to remove restrictions on the flow of capital and goods. In 1848, liberal activity was suppressed by the conservative forces.