Under a libertarian system, how would the disabled be supported?
So I’m a speech therapist who works with clients with autism, cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, chromosomal disorders, etc. My adult sister is also disabled and unable to work due to bipolar and agoraphobia among many other things. And I myself am actually disabled with chronic pain and fibromyalgia that makes it so I can only work a very limited number of hours a week, despite the fact that I love my job and wish I could work more.
Given that intro, you can see how I would be concerned about how well people who are disabled would be supported in a libertarian framework. I just don’t understand – how would we ensure all these groups get supported? I know libertarianism is SUCH a broad framework with so many interpretations, but the one I’m wondering about is minarchism, where government has only minimal intrusion into lives, or anarcho-capitalism.
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