In a Polarized Climate, Libertarian Students Look for Common Ground Reply

This is pretty wimpy, middle of the road stuff, but these kids seem to at least be on the right track. This is probably what the centrist, reformist wing of pan-anarchism would look like.

By Julia Sanchez

Chronicle of Higher Education

Their fiscal sensibilities lean toward the Republican Party, and their social beliefs trend Democratic. So libertarian students can sometimes wonder where exactly they fit into the partisan debates playing out on their campuses. Recently, some 1,700 of them registered for the annual International Students for Liberty Conference, in Washington, where they spent time discussing the relationship between individual liberty and personal responsibility. They talked about what it’s like to witness campus political battles from a third-party perspective.

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