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Chapter 5. Discrimination, Beliefs, and Expressions

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12/06/2018Louis E. Carabini
Carabini explains the importance of discrimination and how political laws prohibiting selective associations — as well as disassociations — are inhumane. The nonpolitical world is an individual one where relationships are voluntary, joint ventures based on preferences. Pages 55–62 in the text. Narrated by Daniel Bennett.

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