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Encyclopedia > Liberty (magazine)
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Libertarianism series

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Anarcho-capitalists
Minarchists
Paleolibertarians
The term libertarian is also claimed by libertarian socialism. ... Cleaned up version of File links The following pages link to this file: Anarcho-capitalism Austrian School Classical liberalism David Friedman Free to Choose Friedrich Hayek Julian Simon Libertarianism Minarchism Objectivist philosophy Robert Nozick Libertarian Party (United States) Walter Williams Movimiento Libertario Gary Becker H. L. Mencken James M. Buchanan... Anarcho-capitalism is a view that regards all forms of the state as unnecessary and harmful, particularly in matters of justice and self-defense, while being highly supportive of private property. ... In civics, Minarchism, sometimes called minimal statism, is the view that government should be as small as possible. ... Paleolibertarianism is a school of thought within libertarianism founded by Murray Rothbard and Lew Rockwell, and closely associated with the Ludwig von Mises Institute. ...


Influences
Objectivist philosophy
Austrian School economics
Classical Liberalism
Individualist anarchism
Objectivism is the philosophy of Ayn Rand. ... The Austrian School is a school of economic thought which rejects opposing economists reliance on methods used in natural science for the study of human action, and instead bases its formalism of economics on relationships through logic or introspection called praxeology. ... Liberalism - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ... In politics, individualist anarchism is a variety of anarchism that emphasises the importance of the individual. ...


Important Figures
Theorists and authors
Economics and business
Politics and media
Celebrities
Parties and other groups
See Libertarianism Doug Bandow Randy Barnett Gary Becker Walter Block David Boaz Clint Bolick James Bovard Nathaniel Branden Tammy Bruce James M. Buchanan Gene Callahan Thomas DiLorenzo Richard Epstein Antony Fisher David Friedman Milton Friedman Andrew Galambos Nick Gillespie Ralph Harris Friedrich Hayek Henry Hazlitt Robert A. Heinlein Karl Hess... Robert J. Barro Robert E. Bidwell Walter Block Richard Branson James M. Buchanan Donald J. Boudreaux Sky Dayton Richard M. Ebeling David Friedman Milton Friedman Dan Fylstra Friedrich Hayek Robert Higgs Israel Kirzner David Koch John Mackey Ludwig von Mises Lachlan Murdoch T.J. Rodgers Jim Rogers Murray N. Rothbard... See Libertarianism Michael Badnarik Art Bell Neal Boortz Harry Browne Ed Clark Richard Cowan Brian Doherty ( Reason) Larry Elder Mark Foley John Hospers Gary Johnson Alex Jones Andre Marrou Russell Means Theodora B. Nathan David Nolan Gary Nolan P. J. ORourke Ron Paul Justin Raimondo J. Neil Schulman L... See Libertarianism Jason Alexander (self-described) Billie Joe Armstrong Dave Barry Sandra Bernhard (self-described) Richard Branson Drew Carey Marilyn Chambers Clint Eastwood Penn Jillette John Laroquette Denis Leary Sam Longoria Bill Maher (self-described) Melanie Tiffany Million Lisa Kennedy Montgomery Mojo Nixon Trey Parker Neil Peart Eric S. Raymond... The term libertarian is also claimed by libertarian socialism. ...


Key Issues


Libertarian economic views
Libertarian views of rights
Libertarian theories of law
Criticism of libertarianism
The Austrian School of economics and the Chicago School of economics are important foundations the economic system favored by modern libertarians — capitalism, where the means of production are privately owned, economic and financial decisions are made privately rather than by state control, and goods and services are exchanged in a... Libertarians and Objectivists limit what they define as rights to variations on the right to be left alone, and argue that other rights such as the right to a good education or the right to have free access to water are not legitimate rights and do not deserve the same... Libertarian theories of law build on libertarianism or classical liberalism. ... Conservative criticism Conservatives often argue that government is needed to maintain social order and morality. ...


Other positions labeled "libertarian"


Civil libertarianism
Libertarianism (metaphysics)
Libertarian socialism
Civil libertarian refers to one who is actively concerned with the protection of individual liberty. ... In philosophical debates about free will and determinism, libertarianism is generally held to be the combination of the following beliefs: that free will is incompatible with determinism that determinism is false, and that human beings do possess free will. ... Libertarian socialism is any one of a group of political philosophies dedicated to opposing coercive forms of authority and social hierarchy, in particular the institutions of capitalism and the state. ...

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Liberty magazine is a leading libertarian magazine founded in 1987 and published in Port Townsend, Washington and edited by R. W. ("Bill") Bradford. Unlike Reason, which is printed on glossy paper and has full-color photographs, Liberty is printed on newsprint and has line drawing cartoons by S. H. (Scott) Chambers and Rex F. May ("Baloo"), no photographs except for advertisements and only one color (blue), which is limited to the cover and occasionally a few ads. This article deals with the libertarianism as defined in America and several other nations. ... 1987 is a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Port Townsend is a city located in Jefferson County, Washington. ... Reason magazine is a leading libertarian magazine from the Reason Foundation. ... In Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book and The Second Jungle Book, Baloo, the fictional sleepy old brown bear, teaches the cubs of the Seeonee wolf pack the Law of the Jungle. ...


Contributors and Editors

Contributors include:

David Kopel, research director for the Independence Institute
Wendy McElroy, editor of the Individualist Feminist site [[1] (http://www.ifeminist.net|Ifeminist.com)]
William E. Merritt, senior fellow of the Burr Institute
Bruce Ramsey, journalist
Timothy Sandefur, College of Public Interest Law fellow at the Pacific Legal Foundation
Jane S. Shaw, Senior Associate of PERC--The Center for Free Market Evironmentalism
Tim Slagle (personal website (http://www.TimSlagle.com)) stand-up comedian
David Weigel, journalist for Reason, Money and Campaigns and Elections
Leland Yeager, Ludwig von Mises distinguished Professor Emeritus of Economics at Auburn University

Contributing editors include: Wendy McElroy is a Canadian disciple of Murray Rothbard. ... Individualist feminism, or ifeminism, advocates the equal treatment of men and women as individuals under just law. ... A comedian (also comedienne, female) is a person who attempts to make people laugh through a variety of methods, normally through joke telling. ... Money is a Time Warner financial magazine. ... Ludwig von Mises (September 29, 1881 - October 10, 1973), a notable economist and social philosopher, was born Ludwig Heinrich Edler von Mises in Lemberg, Austria-Hungary (today Lviv, Ukraine), the son of Arthur von Mises, a railroad engineer and civil servant, and Adele von Mises, born Adele Landau. ... Economics is the social science studying production and consumption through measurable variables. ... Auburn University - Wikipedia /**/ @import /skins/monobook/IE50Fixes. ...

David Boaz
Bart Kosco
Richard Kostelanetz
Durk Pearson
Sandy Shaw
Thomas S. Szasz, psychiatrist

David Boaz is the executive vice president of the influential libertarian U.S think tank the Cato Institute. ... Dr. Thomas Stephen Szasz (born April 15, 1920 in Hungary) is Professor Emeritus in Psychiatry at the State University of New York Health Science Center in Syracuse, New York. ...

Departments

Reflections: short, often satirical articles
Terra Incognita: strange world news

Satire is a literary technique of writing or art which principally ridicules its subject (individuals, organizations, states) often as an intended means of provoking or preventing change. ...

External links

  • Liberty (http://www.libertyunbound.com/) official, new site
  • Liberty  (http://www.libertysoft.com/liberty/liberty.html) old site

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APD - Liberty Magazine, Adventist Voice Of Religious Freedom, Marks Centennial (02.02.2005) (416 words)
Liberty is designed to emphasize the separation of church and state, as well as to promote the rights of all to follow their conscience as they choose.
Liberty magazine is currently read by nearly 200,000 thought leaders throughout North America, including those in local, state and federal government offices.
Annually, the magazine cosponsors an awards banquet held in the historic United States Senate Caucus Room on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The print distribution and the banquet are made possible in large part from support of Seventh-day Adventist church members who donate specifically to help the magazine.
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