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Are libertarians 'ultraconservative'? Are 'free markets' 'liberal'?

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The libertarian Cato Institute is "ultraconservative," in the telling of the New York Times . And somehow, Cato (motto "Individual liberty, free markets , and peace") is "strikingly different" from an advocate for "freedom" and "a free and open market economy." In Washington, we get into lots of discussion about the nuances of political ideology — you've got progressives, neoliberals,...

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