The difference between libertarian left/right
I am fairly new to this sub, so i don’t know if this was discussed before, but i would like to know more about peoples views on libertarianism, more specifically the difference between libertarian left/right (i assume that were are talking about social issues).
I am a progressive and when i talk about social issues, from the right i get responses from conservatives, who support stuff hierarchies, traditionalism, nationalism etc. So my question is, do right libertarians hold the same views on social issues like conservatives?
If yes, than i think that right libertarianism is a bit of a oxymoron, because i dont think you can be on one hand supporting stuff like individualism and maximizing freedom and on the other hand supporting views of an authoritarian ideology.
If no, than i would like to know what people mean by libertarian left/right.
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