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'''Libertarianism''' is a political philosophy that puts the liberty as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in person's life from the state.
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'''Libertarianism''' is a political philosophy that puts the liberty of people as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in people's lives from the state.
  
Libertarian can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.
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'''Libertarian''' can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.
  
 
== Features of Libertarianism ==
 
== Features of Libertarianism ==

Revision as of 19:20, 22 April 2017

Libertarianism is a political philosophy that puts the liberty of people as its core principle, and advocates for fewer interferences in people's lives from the state.

Libertarian can refer to a person who believes or advocates for libertarianism, and may also refer to how a particular political policy may be viewed, such as; "Taxation is not libertarian" as an example.

Features of Libertarianism

Policies that may be viewed as libertarian include:

  • Taxation is theft - a common libertarian theme.

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