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Defending the Blackmailer

  • Audio Mises Daily
July 28, 2010

Tags Calculation and KnowledgePhilosophy and MethodologyValue and Exchange

If the blackmail offer is rejected, the blackmailer may exercise his rights of free speech and publicize the secret. There is nothing amiss here. All that is happening is that an offer to maintain silence is being made. If the offer is rejected, the blackmailer does no more than exercise his right of free speech, writes Walter Block.

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