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With this new step forward, I thought a formal definition of what a Militant Libertarian really is would be in order. Especially since it’s so easy to get the wrong impression from the title. So here, if you will, is the “official” definition of what a Militant Libertarian is:
Militant: aggressive: extremely active in the defense or support of a cause, often to the point of extremism.
Libertarian: advocate of individual responsibility: somebody who believes in the doctrine of free will.
(These both thanks to Encarta World English Dictionary)
So a Militant Libertarian is extremely active in the defense or support (even to the point of extremism) of individual responsibility and the doctrine of free will.
That should clear things up.
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