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Libertopia is an annual libertarian festival/conference held in San Diego. It is organized by the Libertalia Foundation, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, "dedicated to spreading the principles of free-market economics and voluntaryism". The festival particularly attracts those interested in "small-government": minarchists, voluntaryists, agorists, and anarchists. The events include speeches, films, music, and an awards banquet where two individuals are presented "The Sovereign Awards for Lifetime Achievement" for their contributions towards the advancement of individuality and voluntaryism.





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