Libertarian Party Research Paper

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Libertarian Party The libertarian party was originated in Westminster, Colorado and was founded in 1971 by David Nolan. They stand on a platform that puts individual rights first. They are known as the “Party of Principles”, which is a representation of their beliefs that individual rights, if honest, peaceful, and not interfering or harming other individuals, should not be limited by government interference. This is illustrated by their platforms on personal and economical liberty and securing those liberties. Some Personal and economical liberties are abortion, expression of communication, education and health care. The libertarian party is not against or for abortion. This party believes abortion should be left up to the individual.…show more content…
Making education a free market would give parents the ability to choose how much they want to spend on their child’s education. By doing this, it gives children the chance to get a better education because they aren’t limited by income level or area. This is a form of freedom to the individual by making it possible for each family to choose how they want their children to be educated. They also believe that individuals should be able to afford to go to college by ending government subsidies and mandates, creating more competition. The libertarian party supports individuals right without interference from the government that restricts them from succeeding. Along with making education affordable the libertarian party also wants to make health care affordable. The libertarian party believes an individual should be able to choose what health care they want to use, making it free to purchase health care along state lines. If an individual doesn’t want health care that is their choice, along with treatments, medicine, and end of life…show more content…
I personally believe that the libertarian party would be the best thing for our country. The libertarian party would make a great imprint on America because as individuals, we want as many rights as possible, so that we can make choices to better our future generations. If we limited the government’s laws and regulations on our lives, I think we would see less protests, shootings, riots and disputes. Giving Americans and immigrants the rights to their own lives and to pursuing their dreams without fear of the government will give this country better educated individuals which will then give us better lives to live. If we can have better lives to live we will increase economic growth, we won’t be spending as much towards federal institutions, abortion rates will lower and healthcare and education will be more affordable because we can better afford to have and educate our children. We will see America become great
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