I know what I would talk about if I were writing for Libertarians. And it
may not match the themes they would like you to hit.
It is the question of why people who seem so committed to freedom seem to
think that it is something that can "happen" in adulthood if you have not
been practicing since early childhood. Are the graduates of sudbury-model
schools not the best suited for a Libertarian lifestyle?
Why in the world are Libertarians not more into securing the blessings of
liberty for their children? Does democracy put them off -- I doubt it, since
democracy is not what is usually featured most prominently in sudbury-model