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I oppose 1) taxes beyond those needed for law enforcement /national defense,  2) government interference with free market forces, and 3) laws limiting individual freedomrestricting speech / public expression, limiting firearms, requiring military service, making certain acts crimes where there’s no victim, restrictions on private property use, etc. Freedom is protected by such property, so governments should not appropriate it for public welfare. Like Ayn Rand, I see “the virtue of selfishness” and value “the non-aggression principle.”


My brand of libertarianism abolishes the state altogether, and abandons or vastly reduces private property rights. It values egalitarianismempowering the powerless and order. It replaces government with free associations.   Co-ops and communes would be key units in this ideal way to organize society I imagine. (Note: Left anarchism comes in different forms. One is collectivist anarchism where means of production are collectively owned and managed by producers themselves with labor-based compensation; another emphasizes need-based distribution.) 

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from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows.