The Libertarian Institute

                          Michael Gilson-De Lemos, William Rogers

LI Participants focus on three levels of increasing strictness. We welcome interaction, but please select a level of interest and do not confuse different levels and processes--the '3 libertarianisms'-- of legal-policy betterment in discussion:

>Liberal/Libertarian-oriented (when conscious)--secular republics of tolerance with lessening official abuse, more rights, use of voluntary tools: Brussels Declaration and LI

>Libertarian-direction--focused on increasing voluntarism, localism, challenging redundant agencies: See the US 2004 Platform and recommended tools at Libertarian Book Club

>The LI Plan-Program aiding designed Libertarian community and voluntary choice and public administration in all areas (See re-issue here 2014).

Note: The LI Program is based on the original formulation of modern Libertarianism developed by the teen visionary Michael Gilson-De Lemos in 1969, inspired by Jefferson's remark that a truly secular system of law purged of what today we call bigotry was essential. He initially worked in primary consultation primarily with the then LIO Chief Advisor William Rogers, a formidable legal mind and humanitarian who later founded the largest law firm in history and worled ceaselessly as a diplomat for peace; among others. His household curates the various LI projects advised by leading users to provide continuity and multi-generation focus. A long term project of legal, moral and policy change, it was privately circulated (and under-girded the influential but less exact US Libertarian Party legislative direction guide platform under a 30-year agreement with the LIO that ended in 2004 under Mr Gilson-De Llemos' facilitation) and is the canonical statement of  strict Libertarianism.Gilson-De Lemos also laid current impetusns for the growing adoption of libertarian self-management (so-called leaderless groups) and participatory themes as a consultant to many groups and Fortune 500 companies.  (See also:Hippodamos in Part VIII; Numa; Modern Times.)

LIO Fellows were also material participants in the founding of the Liberal International, LI however endorses no party or candidate per se but encourages direct democracy and non-partisan or MMP public office in a co-operative atmosphere..