Voluntary Slavery and Lawful Consent
Written by Clayton for The Voluntaryist Reader.
If you were to bring a contract to an arbitration hearing that had been signed under duress, the contract would be viewed as null and void because it had been signed under duress. It is not evidence of an agreement because no agreement was ever made or reached in the first place. All that occurred was an autistic exchange: one or more men acting irrespective of the participation of another.
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