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Liberalism and Libertarianism – Some Contrasts and Why They Matter

 vs.  I’ve recently written a few posts (about the dangers libertarianism poses for social justice, how those dangers might make us re-imagine our opposition to the war on drugs, and lastly how the recent Arizona conscience-clause-ish debate about serving gay … Continue reading

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Arizona, Gay Rights, and the Unhappy Marriage of Libertarianism and Conservatism (or, why saying “I’m a libertarian” doesn’t give you a free pass)

Libertarianism, just as much as “social conservativism” poses a danger for minority rights of all kinds.  If you support the cause of gay marriage, anti-Jim Crow civil rights, etc., you should not be a libertarian.  If you think homophobic laws … Continue reading

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