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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It is a manifesto of political and social libertarianism that displays both the strengths and weaknesses of that trend in American thought.
But although they won on largely economic grounds, Democrats acted as if they had a sweeping mandate for cultural transformation--for social libertarianism, affirmative action and egalitarianism, dovish internationalism, and idealistic notions of human rights.