Message from @𒋉FɇȺɍ Nø Ɇvɨł𒄎
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There’s some overlap between libertarianism and classical liberals, some libertarians call themselves classical liberals.
It’s one of those things with small differences I feel like that mean the same thing lol I don’t know why they’re two separate roles
Difference in classical liberal and Libertarianism?
They’re almost the same thing, no?
Classical liberals believe in slightly greater govt power than libertarians
They may support small and minimum sufficient gun registration for example
And like me they are much more in favor of antitrust laws than libertarians
And in some cases govt funded infrastructure and museums etc
From the center it goes to social liberal then classical liberal then libertarian then minarchist then ancap
Yeah haha, ideologies like that have a lot of overlap and are sometimes vague to me with no clear definitions. XD
Yeah it's really wierd lol
Whats a ancap
Did you know the political compass was designed to make people think they were libertarian
I‘d believe it.
Oh monarchist I think is what you meant?
Minarchists believe that govt is basically a formality or should be only localised, anarchocapitalist means no govt and an unregulated free market
Minarchy is minimum govt
It's confusing ik lol
Here I'll send you something
Well then I’d say Fear places as a Right libertarian.
Send me ur results if you wanna take that test
What ever category you would put the founding fathers in is me I guess
I'll keep him as that for now
The founding fathers also had differing opinions
Well to be fair our founding fathers didn’t have parties XD, nor did they want parties. Haha.
Washington: No parties!
*Dies, And multiple parties form.*
Classical liberal or right libertarian is generally what they were
Ok like how America originally was
No but there was a federalist and antifederalist faction in the early days
Well early America had slaves lol
I know they didnt want parties but if you were to put them in a category
Right lib or liberal, yeah