What libertarians would do in response to coronavirus

There are no atheists in foxholes, so the saying goes. But what about libertarians in a pandemic?

The Gadsden Flag.

There are no atheists in foxholes, so the saying goes. But what about libertarians in a pandemic?

The rumors of our fear-induced inconsistency are much exaggerated, and, contrary to a bizarrely-argued "no libertarians in an epidemic" piece at The Atlantic, President Trump's irresponsible glibness and hypocritical scaremongering about "socialism" cannot be laid at libertarianism's feet.

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