Thanks for the feedback! It is my understanding that Libertarians think taxes impinge on individual liberty. They disagree with the social safety net, public education, etc.
I believe that unrestrained free markets impinge on human liberty in a much more tangible way than taxation does: this justifies taxation and economic regulation.
I believe education and access to health care are fundamental human liberties, and it is the government’s job to guarantee those liberties. Advancements in science, technology, and social order should raise the floor for everybody, not just the ceiling.
As for declared anti-elitism, I’m not sure what you’re asking when you say “guides behavior.” Do you mean personal behavior, governance?