The 5 Libertarian Commandments

5 commandments

While many libertarians like to keep it simple with basically one rule, the NAP (Non-Aggression Principle), I figured I’d take my stab at a good set of Libertarian commandments:

# 1 – Individuals have the right to make choices regarding their property, i.e. body, fruit of labor, and justly acquired property.
# 2 – Individuals don’t have the right to make choices regarding the property of others.
# 3 – Individuals have the right to enter voluntary contracts of their liking with each other and have those contracts judged by a body of their mutual choosing.
# 4 – Violence is only legitimately used as a response to violence, i.e. the initiation of violence is NEVER just.
# 5 – Markets are an efficient and more equitable way to distribute wealth than the alternative, and markets are an efficient conduit of knowledge. Individuals have a right to voluntarily form markets where they are demanded.

This post was written by Alex Merced.

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Alex Merced is a latino libertarian activist. Alex also runs the AlexMercedCast Podcast, LibertarianWingMedia,com, and is an active member of the Libertarian Party. Alex Merced is currently running for the U.S. Senate seat in New York against Chuck Schumer in 2016.

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