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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The war has attracted foreign fighters with anarchist socialist principles but has also lured right-wing Christian fundamentalists and ex-military vets from abroad.
While the Queen deliberately wears bright colours because as she has said, 'I have to be seen to be believed,' she has always kept us at a distance from her opinions, famously being politically neutral (though it's a fair bet to say she's not gonna be an anarchist socialist) and not commenting on anything controversial.
(9.) Aldred, No Traitor's Gait!, II:309-320; John Taylor Caldwell, Come Dungeons Dark: The Life and Times of Guy Aldred, Glasgow Anarchist (Barr, Ayrshire: Luath Press, Ltd., 1988), 9-24, 55-57; Aldred, From Anglican Boy Preacher to Anarchist Socialist Impossibilist (London: Bakunin Press, 1908), 46.