The result: a fascinating new study, "Understanding Libertarian Morality: The Psychological Roots of an Individualist Ideology," that is currently under review at the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
What does L stand for?
L stands for Libertarian (political party)
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- Lei (Law)
- Leipzig (auto license plate)
- Length of leg
- Length of side or any unspecified length
- Leucine (amino acid)
- Levorotary (optical rotation)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Libertarian Party is reminding gay voters that Libertarians are sexual orientation-blind, and criticizing Democrats for pandering to gay voters.
Rothbard (1978) wrote, "Libertarians have given considerable thought to refining their basic principles and their vision of a libertarian society.
Small-government, free-market, government-off-my-back voters roiled the Republican electorate, broke fundraising records, and made the 36-year-old Libertarian Party buzzworthy again.
… My sensibilities as a libertarian Republican were offended.
In this essay I shall argue for "plumb-line" or pure libertarianism, and take to task a libertarian author who sees some intrinsic connection between libertarianism and conservatism.
He joined the Libertarian Party in 1987 and was its presidential nominee in 1988, finishing a very distant third in the general election behind George H.
My Christmas wish this year is that people stop typing the word libertarian without first doing a modicum of research on what libertarianism means and how it relates specifically to the issue about which they're writing, or maybe even ask a handful of folks who at least call themselves libertarian.