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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlibertarianlib‧er‧tar‧i‧an /ˌlɪbəˈteəriən $ -bərˈter-/ noun [countable]  FREE TO DO WHAT YOU WANTsomeone who believes strongly that people should be free to do and think what they want to, without any government controllibertarian adjective
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libertarianAntislavery advocates regarded the petition strategy as a means of adding civil libertarians to their forces, and they succeeded.Conservatives and civil libertarians alike had expressed fears over the provisions limiting federal appeals for prisoners.The Leahy-Goodlatte Bills proposed easing export controls on encryption software to satisfy industry and civil libertarians.He also fired his lawyer and told civil libertarians to mind their own business.I need not remind you civil libertarians out there that this is our system working, not failing.Civil libertarians say such legislation would amount to censoring cyberspace.
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