“Discrimination,” in the sense of choosing favorably or unfavorably in accordance with whatever criteria a person may employ, is an integral part of freedom of choice, and hence of a free society. But of course in the free market any such discrimination is costly, and will have to be paid for by the property owner concerned.
Murray N. Rothbard, Ph.D., For a New Liberty, p. 255
Wilfred Reilly, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University.
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