What is the single greatest thing about liberty? What is the greatest flaw of liberty? Liberty’s greatest allure is the spontaneous order it fosters. This natural organization is evident in markets adapting to individual needs through the price system. An emblematic example of market efficiency is Leonard Reed’s “I, Pencil”, which illustrates the global collaboration and myriad components involved in creating a simple pencil, all without a singular governing entity but rather the “invisible hand” of the market. However, liberty’s flaw lies in its demand for a significant shift in mindset. Entrusting a market-based system requires faith in fellow humans, challenging in societies with low trust levels. Additionally, libertarians, like everyone, can sometimes falter in conveying the essence of liberty compellingly, widening the trust gap.