Okay, first some definitions: - A command economy is an economic system in which production and distribution of resources is decided on by a state structure. -Libertarianism is the political philosophy that holds that all individuals deserve the liberty to do as they wish with themselves as long as those actions do not infringe on the same liberty of others. Like I said before, it comes down to a difference in philosophical issues. Can a state that is a liberal, representative democracy, but with a command economy, be considered libertarian? Anarchism recognizes this difference in philosophy in the difference between Social Anarchism and Individual Anarchism. Social Anarchism holds that private property is anti-productive towards a libertarian society, while individual anarchists argue it is essential to individual freedom. So, Social Anarchists would, while criticizing the existance of a state structure, say it is equally or more libertarian than a free market economy controlled by the same kind of government. Individual Anarchists would disagree.