The debate over abortion & its implications for nations, citizens, public health & equality are outlined, showing division across all views.
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Affirmative Action, programs meant to counteract racial discrimination, may also complicate equality despite striving to reach it.
Government support and funding for the arts has been contested for its too restrictive, too loose, or too political attempts to define art.
Debates over money and banking policy ask to what degree should the government intervene? The Austrian Theory of Banking proposes: very little.
Sigrid Fry-Revere outlines a libertarian take on ethics and explains how this framework can be considered in issues dealing with the human body.
The black market refers to those markets involving extra-legal organizations and paths for the trade of goods and services.
In this entry, Bradley Smith outlines the trends and outcomes of campaign finance reform legislation over the past 100 years.
Also known as the death penalty, capital punishment has divided libertarians over the power of government and the justice of criminal procedures.
Censorship laws, which have taken a variety of forms, are a tool government uses to silence individuals & thought.
Conscription, or mandatory military service, has been implemented a number of times in U.S. history, but often under incomplete justification.
Corruption in government is a widely discussed issue, as its impacts on government effectiveness impact democratic institutions and individual liberty.
State agencies often try to create policy that sparks economic development, yet the proven way to stimulate progress is through economic freedom.
Drug prohibition, or the criminalization and restriction of certain substances, has harmful effects to the economy and to human liberty and wellbeing.
In this entry, Andrew Coulson surveys the expectations and past models of education throughout history.
Eminent domain, or the power of government to seize private property for public use, as a concept threatens property rights and personal privacy.
Euthanasia, or the merciful killing of a person for the purpose of relieving pain, is a major bioethical issue and must be examined categorically.
Discussions over the institution of the family, even between libertarians, are not a consensus. However, many agree that the state should be uninvolved.
In this entry, McElroy outlines the feminist movement’s history and the major split in beliefs between individualist and radical or gender feminists.