Timothy Sandefur Talk on “The Right to Earn a Living”

Timothy Sandefur, one of the leading pro-freedom lawyers in the nation, recently spoke at a Rio Grande Foundation event in Albuquerque. The subject of Sandefur's talk was his new book "The Right to Earn a Living" which studies the myriad legal cases throughout American history that impact Americans abilities to work, unmolested by government bureaucrats. Apologies in advance for the video quality, but the sound quality is excellent.

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One Reply to “Timothy Sandefur Talk on “The Right to Earn a Living””

  1. I have been out of a job now for awhile. I don’t feel too bad about it though. I am concerned about ‘getting the job’. I had an experience the other day while job hunting. I went into the local used book store the other day, and talked to the owner, having made his acquaintance over the years and always say Hello. I unexpectedly asked him if he had any jobs available. He said no ‘he could not a forward to hire at the minimum wage’. I asked him if he could pay me $5/ hour. He said ‘No’. We have lost the ability to negotiate for jobs on our own at a wage we are willing to live with. We have become serfs of the government.

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