A libertarian who views the abolition of the state as necessary for a free society. Unlike anarcho-capitlaists, an anarcho-libertarian does not seek anarchy as the ultimate goal, but rather as just one facet of a free society.
Libertarians come in all sorts of varieties. Some see the state as necessary for liberty and others see it as a direct violation. Followers of anarcho-libertarianism think the state must be dissolved as part of the process towards freedom.
作者 Freedomdude 2009年8月10日

免费每日邮件

输入你的邮箱地址,每天早晨收到免费的“每日城市之词”

邮件由 daily@urbandictionary.com 发出。我们决不会发送垃圾邮件。

×