LIBERTARIAN PARTY OF PENNSYLVANIA
revised April 22, 2012
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES
“We, members of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania, believe that;
(1) all human beings have individual rights to life, liberty and the products of their labor; that
(2) these rights are the basis of justice and thus serve as the only legitimate purpose for laws among people; and that
(3) any and all systems of government, therefore, should be strictly limited to acts which secure and preserve these rights.
We do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force or fraud as a means of achieving political or social goals.”
1. All individuals should be secure in their rights to freely exchange goods and services.
2. All citizens should have equal access to any government protections and services.
3. Systems of currency, regulation and public finance should be fair, simple and equitable to all citizens.
Free and Open Government
4. All individual citizens should have free and equal access to the electoral process.
5. The legislative process, and the administration of government, should be open and transparent.
6. The limits of government authority should be clear and concise.
7. All individuals should enjoy free and equal protection under the law.
8. All individuals have a responsibility to respect the equal rights of others.
9. Public policy should always seek to abolish aggression and maximize individual liberty.
The Party of Principle
10. Libertarian Party candidates are free to interpret and develop their own policies with respect to this Platform, in keeping with the Statement of Principles.
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