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freedom of association

PoliticsPosted by Jan Lester Tue, April 08, 2014 15:41:41

freedom of association Not being *proactively prevented or compelled as regards associating with *persons. Hence freedom of association must be with the permission of all persons and any *property owners involved. This is traditionally recognized as one of the most important freedoms. It has been considerably curbed by the rise of *political correctness, which does not fully allow it with regard to sex, *race, sexual orientation, and an increasing number of other characteristics. Only *anarchic *private property makes freedom of association fully viable, otherwise people come into *political conflict over *state-owned areas. This *liberty of association logically extends to businesses *discriminating with regard to employees and customers, and vice versa, as much as to any other areas of life.

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