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Re: SPL -- Suspicious Persons List
On Sat, 14 Sep 96 17:36:49 EDT, Dr.Dimitri Vulis KOTM wrote:
>> unjust if the company was bought out and the new owner decided to sack
>> all black people and people called "Perry". You were the one who brought
>> up the issue of fairness.
>The owner should be able to do that without interference from any gubment.
Yes. If they manage to survive economically while snubbing a productive chunk
of the general population in addition to a loon, good for them. If their
product still sells, inspite of negative publicity it's probably the market
leader. OTOH, I think there should be some basic safeguards against the
formation of 'company towns' or similar constructs. A free market is rarely a
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