Clarke and Asimov are hit and miss, but Bradbury is a hack.
His most famous work, Fahrenheit 451, is what Heinlein would call "pseudo-intellectual masturbation".
As for other libertarian sci-fi authors, try Neal Stephenson, Vernor Vinge, and L. Neil Smith. And if you haven't read "This Perfect Day" by Ira Levin, do so immediately. I feel as though it's even more relevant than 1984 and Brave New World.
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