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libertarian

1. a believer in freedom of thought, expression, etc.
2. Philosophy a believer in the doctrine of free will
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The Libertarian Party will be interviewing candidates from Aug.
Hayek, whom Wenzel cites frequendy, advocated conservative policies instead of libertarian ones.
STUDENTS FOR LIBERTY (SFL) traces its origins to the summer of 2007, when Alexander McCobin, then a student at the University of Pennsylvania, decided to organize a small roundtable of libertarian students interning in Washington, D.C.
That's going to make the loser wonder whether those Libertarian voters might have been worth courting.
And the Libertarian Party is seeing more recognition in general.
In terms of format, one might have expected either a single-author work by a scholar who has studied both libertarianism and conservatism, or else a collection of essays by a number of libertarian and conservative contributors.
This go-round, Brandon Phinney of Rochester switched from being a GOPer to a Libertarian, joining fellow GOPer Caleb Dyer of Pelham and ex-Dem Joseph Stallcop of Keene.
The current challenge to the Libertarian Challenge relates to the Libertarian definition of private property.
The town hall is expected to focus on the state of the 2016 race as well as the Libertarian platform.
His campaign was supposed to have been a less intransigent version of his father's quixotic yet impressively enthusiastic White House bids in 2008 and 2012, mobilizing the young people drawn to the elder Paul's angular libertarian message yet tempering its rough edges so as to neutralize neoconservative critics like Bill Kristol.
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Animal torture has had a bandit-like existence in libertarian theory.

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