This essay is just meant to whet the appetite of the readers, rather than to present a full picture of the differences and similarities within liberalism, and between liberals and conservatives. It is an attempt to show that a number of ideational divides within liberalism are real, but this should not be made as complex as is often done. The morphological approach shows that a divide in three liberal variants suffices to include all main ideas and main thinkers, from the liberal origins to the present, on domestic and international politics. It also clarifies the differences with conservatism, or other ideologies for that matter. The essay is a call upon liberals and other writers to keep it simple and to stop making up all kinds of liberalisms, which are hard to understand. This practice has not been good for the appeal of liberalism. That is perhaps the biggest shame, as liberal ideas offer many great choices for all people, everywhere on the globe.