economic libertarian

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Noun1.economic libertarian - a libertarian who advocates maximizing individual rights and minimizing the role of the state
libertarian - an advocate of libertarianism
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Those strands have been described as the "three-legged stool" of conservatism: economic libertarianism, Cold War anticommunism (and a vigorous and interventionist foreign policy aimed at American dominance in the world), and social conservatism, particularly arising from a new coalition among various traditionalist strands of Christianity, especially evangelical Protestantism and conservative Roman Catholicism.
He's a champion of a resurgent movement among Catholic intellectuals that seeks to marry Catholic social teaching with economic libertarianism.
This reprint of the original 1940 work of Austrian School economist Ludwig von Mises provides renewed access to one of the major works of this important pillar of radical free-market economic libertarianism.
Jonah Goldberg parades the old canard that only on the political right can libertarians find serious economic libertarianism.