Re: [sixties-l] disparities

From: David Horowitz (
Date: 10/05/00

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    The difference is that the law interfered with the market and enforced
    segregation. Which is precisely the point.When the market is allowed operate
    what happens is that the Greensboro lunch kitchen bigot refuses black
    business, and his competitor who doesn't beats him out.
    Jerry West wrote:
    > Mark Bunster wrote:
    > Did the owner of the lunch kitchen in Greensboro say to himself, "By
    > golly, it just doesn't make good capitalist SENSE to turn away business!
    > Here, sit right down and have some coffee!
    > JW reply:
    > Perhaps he weighed the number of customers that he would gain against
    > the number of customers that he would lose and made a strictly
    > capitalist decision.  Or maybe he figured he would lose more than his
    > customers, possibly a capitalist decision depending on what he stood to
    > lose.
    >  :)
    > --
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