Which of the following is a difference between liberalism and libertarianism?
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Libertarians believe that the government should redistribute income from the rich to the poor, while the liberals believe that the government should not redistribute income.
Libertarians believe that equality of opportunities is more important than the equality of incomes, while liberals believe in policies that equalize the distribution of income.
Libertarians argue that the government should maximize total utility, while liberals argue that the average utility of members of society should be maximized.
Libertarians emphasize the importance of the maximin criterion, while liberals emphasize the importance of an egalitarian society.