Principles of the Libertarian League

[10]Principles of the Libertarian League

One who upholds the principles of liberty, especially individual liberty of thought and action. —Webster's New International Dictionary


Since life itself contains the impulse of physical growth and the development of faculties and therefore needs room and freedom to function; and since liberty is necessary to the exercise of faculties; and since the exercise of faculties is essential to happiness; therefore, to attain happiness one must have liberty. And since liberty, being essential to the individual, is also necessary to the race; and since this necessitates limiting the liberty of each to the like liberty of all, we therefore arrive at the sociological Law of Equal Freedom.

The Libertarian League is formed for the purpose of upholding the principles set forth below and of maintaining the rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States.


[11]Blue Laws Opposed by the Libertarian League

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.Constitution of the United States of America.

The Libertarian League upholds and defends the liberty and rights guaranteed by the Constitution, and therefore insistently demands the repeal of existing Blue Laws of every kind and persistently opposes the enactment of new ones, especially the following proposed unconstitutional acts: