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    Libertarian Paternalism, or LibPat, is a Libertarian ideology that revolves around the belief that private and public institutions should be able to influence choices and behavior, while still respecting freedom of choice.


    The term Libertarian Paternalism was first coined by Richard Thaler, a behavioral economist, and Cass Sunstein, a legal scholar, in the 2003 edition of the American Economic Review. The two later elaborated on the concept in the University of Chicago Law Review later on that year. They defined it as "trying to influence choices in a way that will make choosers better off, as judged by themselves."

    Personality and Behaviour

    LibPat can represent two different types of characters. One is a traditional marketing department, trying to entice people into buying whatever product he's supposed to be selling, and often making corny jokes that seem out of touch. Another is a person who wants to help, while also caring about liberty, acting like a councilor.

    How to Draw

    Flag of Libertarian Paternalism
    1. Draw a ball,
    2. Fill it with yellow,
    3. Draw 2 elephants in black (This part can be difficult, make sure to reference the flag),
    4. Draw the eyes and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Yellow #F5DD02 245, 221, 2
    Black #202020 32, 32, 32




    • Social Libertarianism - I think you might need some help discouraging drug use...
    • Neo-Libertarianism - How about you encourage countries to have civil liberties?
    • Market Socialism - As long as you only encourage workplace democracy you're fine.
    • Anarcho-Capitalism - Calm down buddy. Also stop calling me a technocrat.
    • Technocracy - I like some of their views on science, but please respect freedom!
    • Nordic Model - They have some good ideas, but they need to calm it with the government spending.


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