segunda-feira, maio 27, 2013

Libertarianism

Does Libertarianism Diminish Freedom? por Lawrence Vance:
In a libertarian society; that is, a free society, government (the antithesis of freedom) is strictly limited, a real free market exists, property rights are supreme, and individual liberty abounds.
  • Libertarianism embraces financial freedom ..
  • Libertarianism embraces educational freedom ..
  • Libertarianism embraces medical freedom ..
  • Libertarianism embraces economic freedom ..
  • Libertarianism embraces gun freedom ..
  • Libertarianism embraces personal freedom ..
For the libertarian, freedom is not the absence of morality, the rule of law, or tradition; it is the absence of government paternalism. Libertarianism is the absence of the ability of puritanical busybodies, nanny-statists, and government bureaucrats to make it their business to mind everyone else’s business.

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