libertarian socialism

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libertarian socialism

n.
A political doctrine that promotes decentralized collectivism as a means of maximizing individual freedom and minimizing the power of the state and of concentrated private wealth.

libertarian socialist n.
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But libertarian socialists such as Noam Chomsky single out capitalists, especially big ones, as the problem, not quite for Marx's reasons but because, they insist, wealth buys power.
Libertarian socialists (and Hahnel identifies himself as one) had their greatest successes early in the 20th century when they were involved in de-facto reform efforts which laid the basis for later insurrections, such as in Spain in the 1930s.
Combining them would help the world overcome its present demoralized state and successfully replace capitalism with a libertarian socialist world-system.
There are Libertarian Socialists also represented among the ranks of MINEP, although I believe they are still considered the more radical group within it.
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