Is a direct democracy the most libertarian form of government in your opinion?
This post is assuming a that a government of some kind is necessary (unfortunately no anarchy!)
Me and one of my friends were talking about how we would structure a government if we had the option to and eventually landed on a direct democracy. Obviously in a direct democracy every individual being able to submit a bill could lead to junk bills that would waste time, resulting in a random “lottery” or local election choosing someone to sift through bills and voting on certain bills to be tabled from the citizenry to vote on. Citizens would be able to vote online on bills en masse deciding the direction on the country’s government. (Ignore vote security issues)
After we had outlined how a direct democracy would work we were wondering if there were any other forms of government that would be more libertarian.
TLDR; Is there a more libertarian form of government than I direct democracy?
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