Libertarians tend to have a fairly simple message. It goes something like this:
I believe that I can find my own way in life. I’m content to sink or swim on my own. I don’t ask anything from others, including my government. In return, I only ask that others, my government included, not burden me with controls instituted over me without my consent.
Sounds reasonable enough. And yet, libertarian thinking may well be regarded by all governments (and a large percentage of the population in many countries) as being downright dangerous.
Why should this be?
Read the complete article at the International Man here.
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