The Libertarian Republic has a produced a video for our audience that ranks the top five most libertarian presidents. These five weren’t always considered “great” presidents by some historians. They weren’t in favor of big government spending or for starting wars. But why is is that only our wartime presidents are considered “great” anyway? These top five were chosen based on their stances towards economic freedom and personal liberty.
Ivan Eland’s book Recarving Rushmore provided the research for what we at The Libertarian Republic believe are the most libertarian presidents in United States history. Do you agree? Who do you think should have been on the list and why?