Is Left-Libertarianism or Right-Libertarianism better?

Posted by: miles-pro-libertate

Which do you think is better?

  • Right-libertarianism

  • Left-libertarianism

67% 10 votes
33% 5 votes
  • To obvious! Pick harder questions!

  • Libertarianism coincides so much better with the right. Limited government input, limited regulations, limited tax and a free market, it is an easy breeding ground for libertarianism. Libertarianism left-wing politics almost does not work, unless there is not a need for lots of government input to promote equality. But that doesn't seem likely, unless you live in Norway. Other than leftist, prosperous countries, then libertarianism fares well better in the right.

  • I stand on the libertarian left, as it is for the poor, and strives to make society as a whole better through gradual reform and the democratic process.

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discomfiting says2014-04-16T08:31:52.7271040-05:00
Personally I believe we should strive to be more like Norway.
miles-pro-libertate says2014-04-16T08:32:44.2698344-05:00
What does that have to do with libertarianism?
discomfiting says2014-04-16T08:34:53.1938019-05:00
They're left libertarianism. Capitalist And socialist mixed together. They're a liberals and business paradise.
CJKAllstar says2014-04-16T08:35:06.0950019-05:00
"Personally I believe we should strive to be more like Norway." Easier said than done, trust me. With a much larger population, changing a whole country-wide ethos is going to be hard for the U.K, let alone the U.S.
discomfiting says2014-04-16T08:35:41.8145725-05:00
Harder but not impossible.
miles-pro-libertate says2014-04-16T08:37:58.3034019-05:00
I don't think you quite understand what left-libertarianism is. Left-libertarianism generally stresses anti-capitalism and either anarcho-syndicalism or anarcho-socialism.
AGuy111 says2017-01-11T15:16:29.2137461Z
Miles-Pro-Liberate is right, if you approached an actual left libertarian with that reasoning, they would be furious. Norway would better classify as center-left with a very slight skew to authoritarian or libertarian, but mostly right in the middle. Leftism is excursively socialistic in nature.

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