Re: Why Libertarianism is not mistaken

James Daugherty (
Sun, 5 Sep 1999 18:50:25 -0400

>You say we have property rights. I write a book, I sell you the book
>and in that process you agree not to resell copies of the book. You
>then violate that agreement. I say to all my friends, look he is
>violating my property rights. They all agree. How do you take
>back your property rights? Do you go "imprison" him?

You should register your contract with a protection agency in advance so that when
the contract was violated the agency would put the facts before a court and take action to exact damages from the party who violated the contract...Probably force would not be required. The agency would probably have a working relationship with the violator's bank....or others doing business with the violator....or, yes, the agency might actually send police to the fellow's house to obtain payment of damages. Or, the violator's
credit might be interupted 'till he paid damages.

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