Libertarian Candidates in Georgia Are Having A Moment – Again

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Special to State Affairs ATLANTA – Adam Cabe is distrustful of public schools, so he and his wife home-school their two sons. It’s just one of the segments of his life that define his political beliefs as a member of the Libertarian Party in Georgia.  For Cabe, 47, “Libertarianism is built on consent – it’s ...

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