Libertarian may refer to:

  • A proponent of libertarianism, a political philosophy that upholds individual liberty, especially freedom of expression and action
  • A member of Libertarian Party (United States) or other libertarian political party; see: List of libertarian political parties
  • A member or supporter of a libertarian organization; see: List of libertarian organizations
  • Libertarianism (metaphysics), one of the main philosophical positions related to the problems of free will and determinism

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Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution - Methods - Violent Rebellion or Terrorism
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Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution
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Libertarian Perspectives On Revolution - Methods - Nonviolent Action and Non-cooperation
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