Another problem with this grid is that authoritarian and libertarian are both loaded terms and not opposites of one another.
Many people take "libertarian" to mean unfettered laissez-faire/neoliberal capitalist economics - which is a fundamentally authoritarian so long as people within those structures depend on wages and insurance plans for survival and are beholden to contracts; a CEO without red tape is therefore no different from a mini-dictator. Anti-authoritarian measures to regulate the power of corporations are also anti-libertarian. Laws which prevent corporate monopolization are also anti-authoritarian and anti-Libertarian.
The opposite of authoritarianism is not libertarianism, it's anarchism.
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