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Are you a statist? Declaring any non-libertarian to be a statist is as silly as declaring any non-tallist to be a shortist. Just as we can judge leaders on their merits and not on their height, so people can judge policies on their merits and not just on whether they increase or decrease the size of the state.
Most of the rest of this FAQ will be an attempt to disprove this idea and assert that no, you really do have to judge the individual policy on its merits. Do you hate libertarianism? To many people, libertarianism is a reaction against an over-regulated society, and an attempt to spread the word that some seemingly intractable problems can be solved by a hands-off approach.
Many libertarians have made excellent arguments for why certain libertarian policies are the best options, and I agree with many of them. I think this kind of libertarianism is a valuable strain of political thought that deserves more attention, and I have no quarrel whatsoever with it and find myself leaning more and more in that direction myself.
This is the strain which, rather than analyzing specific policies and often deciding a more laissez-faire approach is best, starts with the tenet that government can do no right and private industry can do no wrong and uses this faith in place of more careful analysis.
This faction is not averse to discussing politics, but tends to trot out the same few arguments about why less regulation has to be better. I wish I could blame this all on Ayn Rand, but a lot of it seems to come from people who have never heard of her.
I suppose I could just add it to the bottom of the list of things I blame Reagan for. To the first type of libertarian, I apologize for writing a FAQ attacking a caricature of your philosophy, but unfortunately that caricature is alive and well and posting smug slogans on Facebook.
Will this FAQ prove that government intervention always works better than the free market? No, of course not.
I believe that deciding on, for example, an optimal taxation policy takes very many numbers and statistical models and other things which are well beyond the scope of this FAQ, and may well have different answers at different levels and in different areas.
What I want to do in most cases is not prove that the government works better than the free market, or vice versa, but to disprove theories that say we can be absolutely certain free market always works better than government before we even investigate the issue.
After that, we may still find that this is indeed one of the cases where the free market works better than the government, but we will have to prove it instead of viewing it as self-evident from first principles.
But you never run into Stalinists at parties. At least not serious Stalinists over the age of twenty-five, and not the interesting type of parties.
But the world seems positively full of libertarians nowadays. And I see very few attempts to provide a complete critique of libertarian philosophy.
There are a bunch of ad hoc critiques of specific positions: But one of the things that draws people to libertarianism is that it is a unified, harmonious system.
Unlike the mix-and-match philosophies of the Democratic and Republican parties, libertarianism is coherent and sometimes even derived from first principles. The only way to convincingly talk someone out of libertarianism is to launch a challenge on the entire system.
Some of them are good but incomplete. Others use things like social contract theory, which I find nonsensical and libertarians find repulsive.
How is this FAQ structured? The first addresses some very abstract principles of economics.Classification. Infant mortality rate (IMR) is the number of deaths per 1, live births of children under one year of age. The rate for a given region is the number of children dying under one year of age, divided by the number of live births during the year, multiplied by 1, United States History I.
Introduction United States History, story of how the republic developed from colonial beginnings in the 16th century, when the first European explorers arrived, until modern times.
Harvard Study Finds Fluoride Lowers IQ - Published in Federal Gov't Journal - This REUTERS press release (since vanished from the archives) is a very effective way to grab your attention, and even though the headline is a false representation of the study's actual stated conclusions, slightly different versions are still used by fluoridation opponents.
The Libertarian Party (LP) is a political party in the United States that promotes civil liberties, non-interventionism, laissez-faire capitalism and shrinking the size and scope of government. The party was conceived at meetings in the home of David F.
Nolan in Westminster, Colorado in and was officially formed on December 11, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. An argument supporting lowering the drinking age citing that alcohol-related issues persist regardless of age and year-olds should have the right to drink.5/5(6).
Seaman also points to a study that shows Canada saw a reduction in drunken driving fatalities similar to that of the United States after the law was passed, but without lowering drinking.