First of all I consider myself a libertarian but that description can be placed on a wide political spectrum. Unfortunately the American media have corrupted the term libertarian to mean something completely different to what most in Europe would consider libertarianism. In its most basic form libertarianism is a derivative of both anarchism and socialism. The most basic belief is the reduction of powers over the individual. Individual freedom is the most important element in any libertarian outlook and that means the abolition of both government and corporations both of which exert unacceptable controls on the populous at large. Trying to shoehorn libertarianism into a capitalist viewpoint is contradictory in my view. Just remember that not all libertarians are the same and the label is essentially meaningless with some descriptive text describing the type of libertarian that one is. I'm firmly of the belief that (what I'll call) American style libertarianism is a corruption of the original viewpoint and it has taken it in the wrong direction. How is a society relying solely on corporations any better than one with a central government? Plus if you have a capitalist society you still have the issues associated with monetary and fiscal policy (who controls that in an American libertarian system?).