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Posts Tagged: Libertarianism
Jamie Whyte: The Conservatives didn’t win because they rejected Thatcher’s beliefs – a small state and free markets
The “modernisers” think that people with clear principles are cranks. In five years, they may find themselves queuing for food at their local Red Star state supermarket.
Rebecca Lowe Coulson: Is the Prime Minister right that responsibilities conflict with – and outweigh – rights?
The Conservative Party has long been the natural home of libertarians and classical liberals. That relationship might be about to get less comfortable.
Many political labels started life as insults. At the Adam Smith Institute we think its time to recognise the extraordinary achievements of neoliberalism.
Few noticed the Investigatory Powers Bill becoming law because all eyes are on the process of leaving the EU.
It’s time to defend and promote the ideas that have helped to bring globalisation – and in turn brought more wealth, peace and opportunity to billions of people.
Far from solving our major social problems, government has played a leading role in exacerbating them.
New research reveals that a majority of the public believe anti-smoking measures have already gone far enough or too far.
All Conservative Party members who believe that a smaller state is the best route to prosperity should speak out in defence of that principle.
Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling against this illiberal Scottish scheme found it currently illegal — but not impossible.
Nicholas Rogers: The Americans should vote for Governor Gary Johnson – the Libertarian Party candidate for President
Neither Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump have credibility.
The institution’s present popularity is dependent on the Queen, and, surely, her likeableness is tied to her apoliticism.
Three LSE undergraduates are fighting back against the po-faced killjoys who want to ban every opinion they dislike.
The 40 years since the founding of The Freedom Association have seen great advances – but the values of liberty must be defended again in the struggles to come.
The case against one in practice isn’t to be confused with anti-state rhetoric which is not Conservative in flavour – and turns off voters.