Traditionalism is a political ideology that supports conservative or reactionary social and economic policies. Traditionalism is the most far-right of the conservative sub-ideologies, and some of its branches include Islamism, clericalism, and right-wing Christian views; it is effectively the modern incarnation of reactionary politics, favoring a return to the "good old days". Traditionalism advocates the maintenance of old traditions and the rejection of all liberal reforms, and it is the opposite of progressivism. Notable examples of traditionalist parties include the "Religious Right Republicans" faction of the US Republican Party, Hezbollah in Lebanon, and the Islamic Salvation Front in Algeria.