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Friday, March 28, 2008

Signing Away Rights

Henry Haller wrote:
HH) OK, soldiers who have voluntarily signed away certain rights no longer enjoy the full protection of the Fourth Amendment.  (HH
That's sort of like saying you don't have full property rights because there exists some property that you once owned but have since sold.  I would say that if a right cannot be taken from you without your consent, than you enjoy full protection of that right.
The extent to which one may sign away various rights is a question on which principled Libertarians disagree, and on which the Non-Aggression Principle provides no guidance.  A list of 25 such questions is at