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Should Every Business be Allowed to Deny Service to Anyone?
Every Business Should be Allowed to Deny Service to Anyone
Without being able to discriminate to whom the service will be provided, the concept of ownership, e.g. owner of a business, becomes nonsense.
Without the right to deny services to anyone, a business couldn't exercise boycott to undesirable groups.
Collective (i.e. governmental) compulsion of service is immoral.
A business, especially a small business, should have the right to deny service to anyone because they own the business.
It is the right of the business owner to deny service to their customers.
Denying service allows people of various religions the right to exercise their beliefs.
Any business transaction ought to be mutually voluntary. If the government is forcing either party to the table, that is violating said parties freedom.
Denying costs a business valuable customers and sales.
Denying customers is a disservice to the community.
Allowing businesses to deny services to anyone may encourage an increase in minority discrimination.
If every business denied service to the same group, it would be difficult for these people to get their essential goods, such as groceries.
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