Arnold Kling, writing about political philosophy and the sexual revolution, says this:

For example, in the area of Civil Rights, I would argue that getting rid of Jim Crow laws reduced government coercion. (Note that in the early 1960s, prominent libertarians tended to take the states’ rights position, which strikes me as misguided.)

Maybe he’s just writing gingerly, but this is the kind of thing most progressives file under “forehead-smackingly obvious.”