Paleolibertarianism

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Paleolibertarianism is a combination of paleoconservatism and (right-wing) libertarianism. It combines conservative social philosophy and conservative cultural values with a radical libertarian opposition to government intervention.

More recently, the term "libertarian conservatism" has sometimes been preferred.

The anarcho-capitalist Murray Rothbard was a prominent proponent. This has been argued to be due to an attempt to broaden the appeal of libertarianism to groups such as paleoconservatives disliking the traditional libertarian support for liberal social philosophy and liberal cultural values. One major conflict with paleoconservatism has been regarding free trade.

Another anarcho-capitalist who has expressed less politically correct views is Hans-Hermann Hoppe.

Race realism and racial separation have been supported by some paleolibertarians, although anarcho-capitalists argue that this racial separation is supposed to occur voluntarily, by capitalist transactions by those supporting it within the framework of an anarcho-capitalist society.

Similarly to paleoconservatism, paleolibertarianism has recently been argued to have become increasingly politically correct on issues such as race.[1]

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  1. Lew Rockwell And The Strange Death (Or At Least Suspended Animation) Of Paleolibertarianism http://www.vdare.com/articles/lew-rockwell-and-the-strange-death-or-at-least-suspended-animation-of-paleolibertarianism