Here's why I feel so about the answer I've given:
1. No country is libertarian right. Just look around the world in this 21st century. There may be some libertarian left countries out there, but are there any libertarian right countrie out there in the world? I think not.
2. While libertarianism is something I favour upon, a viable libertarian society would seem to require people who are predominantly ethical (and thus self-regulating) or a careful balance of power. Or, alternatively, a world in which people are rational and act from self-interest in ways that would maintain social order. This is clearly not our world.
3. As time progresses, the world as a whole seems to be shifting to a more leftist way of thinking, likely due to the fact that it tends to appeal more people, due to its generally accepting nature.
4. In libertarianism, one key issue would be the military budget and spending. Sure, peaceful relations and all, but the opposite can very well happen if we lower our military budget.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN HOWEVER, 1. The government can be limited, but not abolished.
2. People's freedoms can be protected through a smaller but defensive military.
3. The government can ensure that people's freedoms are not encroached, a key idea of libertarianism.
4. Free market productivity can be increased.
THUS, libertarianism can work, but to a certain extent. Oh, just imagine. A libertarian society would be able to become the most free, the most economically secure, and the most beautiful country that could ever exist on this Earth!
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