I never knew I was a libertarian
I never knew I was a libertarian. Discontent with the current government, I went looking for a political ideology that I liked. So here I am. Basically, I think both parties are equally as useless at making change and doing things that are good for the whole of the nation. I have told people who have asked me who I align with, and when I say libertarian, I get scoffed at because they think that libertarianism is a fringe ideology. I don’t think believing that an individual should have that freedom of choice, and the liberty to persue what makes them happy is fringe at all. I haven’t been able to really engage in discussions as I feel I am not well versed in understanding the differences between left and right libertarianism. I understand that there’s definitely a balance of individual choice and government intervention to provide services, and basic systems to keep everything running smoothly. Would anyone be willing to briefly describe a few fundamental differences in right vs. left libertarianism? Thanks all!
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