All too often political movements are defined by their opponents. That is especially true for libertarians who are often labeled as uncaring— far more concerned with the individual than society. In this episode of "How do we Fix it;" we get a mostly positive view of what libertarians stand for and also why they oppose both the populist domination of the Republican Party and the leftward tilt by Democrats.
Libertarians. A New Understanding. Nick GillespieLibertarians. A New Understanding. Nick Gillespie
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