Exactly. I used to oppose Libertarian ideology on the basis of its laissez-faire, every man for himself outlook. Today’s libertarians seem to have softened that hard line. You might even find support for single-payer among the more progressive libertarian intelligentsia. And libertarians are generally very smart people. They think rationally and are not subject to emotion and fallacy as a rule. On social issues, they are often in total agreement with Greens. Likewise on globalization and war. Recognition of greed as a problem that needs to be addressed directly is an area where both Libertarians and Greens are missing the boat. Specific policies harnessing greed need to be developed. If that could be accomplished, a powerful political alliance could emerge.