Here are some of the economists, thinkers, philosophers, politicians, theologians, and businessmen that have most influenced the various strains comprising Anarcho-Monarchism. The vast majority of these individuals were what today would be called libertarians. Decidedly, a few were not; some even opposed libertarianism. At first glance, this may be an oddly sorted collection of individuals – some were traditionalists, others classical liberals; some were republicans, others monarchists, and still others were anarchists; most were Christians, but a few were Jews, Muslims, or held no religious creed at all – but I think each, in a unique way, added to the principles of liberty, natural law, and ordered society. I view Ordered Liberty through the ages as a diamond in the rough, and that each one of these individuals went to work polishing a little here and a little there, refining the beauty that She is. Note that no implication is given that I agree with every one of these individuals’ positions 100%, nor that this should be understood as an exhaustive listing.
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