Tate Fegley joins Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop to debate his current Mises Wire article, “Personal Property and Buyer Security: Starbucks Learns a Laborious Lesson”. As companies more and more interject broader “social values” into their enterprise plans, prospects are more and more compelled to make troublesome selections about the best way to navigate their financial conduct with ideological values. What position does the ideology of the state play within the selections behind how companies behave? Is a battle for energy an inevitable consequence of a civil rights regime? How would this stuff be dealt with if we took property rights critically?
This and extra on this episode of Radio Rothbard.
Really useful Studying
“Personal Property and Buyer Security: Starbucks Learns a Laborious Lesson” by Tate Fegley: Mises.org/RR_100_A
“The Equality Act’s Assault on Faith Is Actually about Personal Property Rights” by Ryan McMaken: Mises.org/RR_100_B
“The Transgender Debate Ought to Be about Ladies’s Freedom and Personal Property Rights” by Jess Gill: Mises.org/RR_100_C
“To Perceive Economics, First Perceive Personal Property” by Chris Calton: Mises.org/RR_100_D
“Woke Capitalism Is a Monopoly Recreation” by Michael Rectenwald: Mises.org/RR_100_E
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