- Anarcho-capitalist: 67%
- Agorist 67%
- “Small L” libertarian: 58%
- Paleo-libertarian: 42%
- Geo-libertarian: 42%
- Libertarian socialist: 8%
- Neo-libertarian 0%
The Many Faces of LibertarianismIn Individual Sovereignty, liberty and rights, politics on May 11, 2010 at 1:31 pm
So I just completed the quiz, “What Kind of Libertarian Are You?” at QuizFarm.com. My results were both surprising and enlightening — at least to me.
I scored 92 percent “left-libertarian.” According to the quiz, left-libertarians are “more associated with the anti-authoritarian left” and are “more critical of conservatism and corporatism.” Evidently, recent bailouts have put a bad taste in my mouth toward corporate welfare.
My second highest score was 75 percent “minarchist.” Curious as to what the term meant, I decided to do a little research.
Minarchy, or “minimal statism” is a political philosophy that advocates a system where government acts only to protect the life, liberty or property of an individual. Basically, it sees government as a necessary evil.
Minarchy comes closest to describing my political leanings. It is in contrast to anarchy, which argues against any form of a compulsory state.
Here are the rest of my results: