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Radical Abolitionism - As the word radical means "going to the root" of something, radical Libertarians should not merely propose small changes to the status quo and debate the fine points of government policy with the opponents of freedom. Instead, Libertarians must always make clear that the outright removal of the injustice and interference of the State is our ultimate goal. Speaking from our basic principles avoids the quagmire of self-imposed, obligatory gradualism. Rather than offering compromise, we should demand what we really seek -- a free society -- and let our opponents offer the compromises.
Principled Populism - The Libertarian Party should be a mass-participation party operating in the electoral arena and elsewhere, devoted to consistent libertarian principle, and committed to liberty and justice for all. The Libertarian Party should trust in and rely on individuals to welcome a program of liberty and justice and should always aim to convince people of the soundness of libertarian principles. Simply repeating our basic principles and not proposing transition measures is ineffective in the short run because only a small part of the populace is interested in liberty in the abstract, and hiding or abandoning our principled positions is ineffective in the long run because it fails to sustain us as a movement and attract and retain new Libertarians.
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Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State, and Utopia
Thomas Knapp, Without a Net: Compromise versus calculation, https://ncc-1776.org/tle2006/tle379-20060806-08.html
Aileen Kraditor, Means and ends in American abolitionism; Garrison and his critics on strategy and tactics, 1834-1850
Murray Rothbard, What Libertarians Can Learn From the Abolitionists, https://mises.org/wire/what-libertarians-can-learn-abolitionists
The Five Key Points of the Radical Caucus, http://www.lpradicalcaucus.org/points
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