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What is the Libertarian Party?

The Libertarian Party is the party of principle. To publicly affirm what we believe -- and to ensure that our party never strays from our principles -- we ask our members to proudly sign this statement:

I do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals.

Begin to learn more about the Libertarian Party from our Introduction.
Statement of Principles.
The basic political philosophy of the Libertarian Party is stated in its Statement of Principles.
The elaboration of these principles into positions on a wide range of specific issues is contained in our comprehensive Platform.

The LP Program is a statement of the Party's legislative recommendations on several issues of current concern.

In presidential election years, the convention adopts the National Campaign Platform of its presidential candidate.

Other official LP positions are stated in the form of resolutions adopted by the LNC (Libertarian National Committee).

The views of LP spokespersons are expressed in our press releases. The Press Release Archive is useful in locating specific resolutions and positions.

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Cato Institute
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