Why libertarianism is a marginal idea and not a universal value Reply

A problem with Pinker’s argument is that it is not in the interest of any state or ruling class anywhere to adopt libertarian values of any kind, except rhetorically for purposes of self-legitimation, or as something that can be co-opted and bent toward other purposes. Of course, measuring “libertarianism” merely in terms of the level of social spending is a rather limited framework.

Why libertarianism is a marginal idea and not a universal value.

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