Why pro-liberty solutions must apply to the real world

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(Jonathan Casey, Learn Liberty) For a policy proposal to be deemed pro-liberty, it must meet a simple requirement: to increase liberty, not decrease it.
Policies are not implemented in a sterile lab environment, they are implemented in the world as it exists now. If a policy increases liberty in some theoretical world, but decreases liberty in the present world, can we really consider it to be pro-liberty?
Libertarians love discussions about the theoretical, where the variables are predictable and constant. These discussions can be useful for working out where to go, but they have little to offer on how to get there in our current political climate.
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