Libertarianism

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Libertarianism (From the Latin Word Libertas, meaning Freedom) is an ideology that advocates liberty, especially with regard to thought or conduct. [1] There are two main forms of Libertarianism:

1. Proletarian Libertarianism, which is Leftist and associated with people such as Murray Bookchin, Noam Chomsky, and perhaps Mikhail Bakunin.

2. Bourgeois Libertarianism, which is Rightist and associated with people such as Ron Paul, Gary Johnson, and John McAfee.


Philosophy

Civil liberties

State

History

Anarchism

Liberalism

Modern Libertarianism

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