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'''Conservatives and libertarians''' are people who share the political belief that government should minimize intrusion in [[economics|economic affairs]].
 
'''Conservatives and libertarians''' are people who share the political belief that government should minimize intrusion in [[economics|economic affairs]].
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Libertarians are conservative when it comes to economics, gun ownership, small government, defense and so on, but they are closer to liberals on other social issues. Libertarians believe the law should protect person and property, but go no further than that.

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Conservatives and libertarians are people who share the political belief that government should minimize intrusion in economic affairs.

Libertarians are conservative when it comes to economics, gun ownership, small government, defense and so on, but they are closer to liberals on other social issues. Libertarians believe the law should protect person and property, but go no further than that.