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To: lelio
Maybe you can answer question #2 then:

I've been trying to get slithertarians to answer a similar question for years now, seeing that contract slavery would have to be allowed under a true libertarian system.
82 posted on 08/16/2003 1:42:44 PM PDT by Antoninus (In hoc signo, vinces )
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To: Antoninus; lelio; Destro
To:
I've been trying to get slithertarians to answer a similar question for years now, seeing that contract slavery would have to be allowed under a true libertarian system.

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Slavery isn't illegal anyway, Antoninus. The word "except" means "with the exclusion of." Slavery is allowed for those convicted of a crime in a court of law.

13th Amendment

Section 1.
Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.

86 posted on 08/16/2003 3:10:57 PM PDT by exodus
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