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AbstractLibertarianism is an ideology which reveals its contradictions when it is implemented. The libertarian denial of the right to what Rawls calls fair quality of opportunity, especially to the right to education, would negatively impact any libertarian society in adapting to its environment. Further, a libertarian society would lead to a caste society and the domination of the political system by an elite primarily interested in protecting its own privileges, not the freedom of the masses.
Joseph Grcic, "The Contradictions of Libertarianism", in: Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics, XIII (2011) 2, pp. 365-382