Please explain, why do libertarians support a republic?
Still learning about this ideology, and always found it strange since libertarians want individual freedoms for everyone, meaning voting is one of them, but they support a republic. Not that there’s anything wrong with it, but I’m just wondering as your reasons why you support a republic and not a democracy and think voting shouldn’t be a right.
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