Liberalism is distinguished from other political philosophies by its focus on the primacy of the individual in all spheres of human life—political, economic, and social. Certain other principles stem from this—rule of law, limited government and free-markets. This meaning of liberalism, as outlined in this point, will be the first qualification that will determine what will feature in the archives.
The purpose of the archives is to collect those materials first which is not easily accessible or readily available in the public domain. Therefore, the more prominent, contemporary liberals whose work is already easily accessible do not qualify, as of now, for inclusion in the archives. Their work will be the focus of the archives only when we have covered the inaccessible and old liberal works.