close
    what does libertarian mean

    0  Views: 474 Answers: 2 Posted: 7 years ago

    2 Answers

    1.
    a person who advocates liberty, especially with regard to thought or conduct.
    2.
    a person who maintains the doctrine of free will ( distinguished from necessitarian).
    adjective
    3.
    advocating liberty or conforming to principles of liberty.
    4.
    maintaining the doctrine of free will.

    Libertarian Party (United States)


    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaads not by this site


    Jump to: navigation, search


    Libertarian Party


    Chairman Mark Hinkle
    Founded December 11, 1971
    Headquarters 2600 Virginia Avenue NW, Suite 200
    Washington, D.C. 20037
    Ideology Libertarianism
    Classical liberalism
    Cultural liberalism
    Minarchism
    Non-interventionism
    Political position Fiscal: Conservative


    Social: Liberal [1]
    International affiliation Interlibertarians
    Official colors Blue and gold
    Seats in the Senate 0 / 100


    Seats in the House 0 / 435


    Governorships 0 / 50


    State Upper Houses 0 / 1,921


    State Lower Houses 1 / 5,410


    Website
    http://www.lp.org/


    The Libertarian Party is the third largest[2] and fastest growing[3] political party in the United States. The political platform of the Libertarian Party reflects the ideas of libertarianism, favoring minimally regulated, laissez-faire markets, strong civil liberties, minimally regulated migration across borders, and non-interventionism in foreign policy, i.e., avoiding foreign military or economic entanglements with other nations and respect for freedom of trade and travel to all foreign countries.[4]


    In the 30 states where voters can register by party, there are over 225,000 voters registered with the party.[5] Hundreds of Libertarian candidates have been elected or appointed to public office, and thousands have run for office under the Libertarian banner.[6] The Libertarian Party has many firsts in its credit such as the first party to get an electoral vote for a woman.[7]

    Shootah

    Excellent answer.


    Top contributors in Government category

     
    ROMOS
    Answers: 99 / Questions: 0
    Karma: 6525
     
    Benthere
    Answers: 18 / Questions: 0
    Karma: 5415
     
    jhharlan
    Answers: 62 / Questions: 1
    Karma: 3795
     
    Colleen
    Answers: 113 / Questions: 5
    Karma: 3765
    > Top contributors chart

    Unanswered Questions

    443564
    questions
    714152
    answers
    565529
    users