It’s a fair challenge. It was just an inkling of a thought I had and hadn’t taken the time to do serious confirmation, although I did figure out that if you go BEYOND the libertarian position towards the extreme of the chart, you end up with an extreme form of anarchy, which is not libertarian even if they are at a similar side. I suspect I need an X/Y but I’m not looking to duplicate other charts but to find something a little new if possible. Maybe it’s not possible. Anyway, I’ll take up the challenge and see where it goes.

It’s a fair challenge. It was just an inkling of a thought I had and hadn’t taken the time to do serious confirmation, although I did figure out that if you go BEYOND the libertarian position towards the extreme of the chart, you end up with an extreme form of anarchy, which is not libertarian even if they are at a similar side.

I suspect I need an X/Y but I’m not looking to duplicate other charts but to find something a little new if possible. Maybe it’s not possible. Anyway, I’ll take up the challenge and see where it goes.

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“Statists want government to have a great deal of power over the economy and individual behavior. They frequently doubt whether economic liberty and individual freedom are practical options in today’s world. Statists tend to distrust the free market, support high taxes and centralized planning of the economy, oppose diverse lifestyles, and question the importance of civil liberties.”

Hm. It seems to fall under excessive “duty of care”, holding the government responsible for everything and individuals are held responsible for conforming to government.

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