According to my understanding, Libertarianism is basically supportive of free-market. They believe government power should be minimized, and that there is constitutional support for this view (which there certainly is). However, I have heard no mention of how their philosophy and methods plan to compensate for the problems of consumerism. How would a free-market prevent monopolies, outsourcing, insider trading, planned obsolescence, and manufactured demand? How would it promote healthy investments, small businesses, and responsible use of materials? How would it remove corruption and greed from the corporations and government?