Am I Libertarian Enough for r/Libertarian?
I know these tests are somewhat silly, but they are fun. I hail from Austria, the cradle of Austrian economics. My readings have encompassed Hayek and Mises, and I’ve even visited Hayek’s grave and birthplace, though they are not too far from me. Presently, I’m delving into Adam Smith’s works and extensively listening to Markus Krall, a German libertarian economist and co-founder of a new political party. My intellectual interests also include Kant and Rothbard. This leads me to ponder: am I sufficiently libertarian, or am I more of a classical liberal, or perhaps veering towards neoliberalism? In my self-assessment, compared to many Austrians, who tend to lean towards social democracy or fascism, I consider myself significantly more libertarian. Yet, when I measure myself against Rothbard, I fear I might almost appear socialist in comparison 🙁
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