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I have to take issue with the example used to explain #3. It could just be a matter of degree but the notion that it is illegitimate for the State to enforce tax laws seems to belong more to an anarchist than a libertarian. Setting aside the issues of how much we are taxed and what the govt does with our money, it's difficult to imagine a functioning nation in which people consent to be governed, but don't expect consequences for not following laws established by the govt.,

What does Libertarian mean? Hint: It's the only moral political party, the only one not based on using force against others.

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On his homemade, skyscraping bicycle, Felix Guirola rises above the traffic in the Cuban capital. And he does it to honour the memory of his disabled sister, Eneida

Taking back control | The Economist

Taking back control

Taking back control | The Economist

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Libertarian ... a behavior, not a label. How do recognize a Libertarian? Or recognize when someone is not a Libertarian?

a behavior, not a label. How do recognize a Libertarian? Or recognize when someone is not a Libertarian?

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