"Civil law and tort courts properly require monetary restitution to those who are harmed, given objective evidence of causality, responsibility, and materiality. Class action lawsuits also can be legitimate. But “reparations,” as now conceived, unjustly collectivize wrongs, designate innocents as perpetrators, and classify the undeserving as victims. The problem with reparations isn’t so much logistical as it is ethical."
Join us for Morals & Markets on December 30th at 5pm PT / 8pm ET to discuss "The Right and Wrong of Reparations." After Dr. Salsman’s 20-30 minute topic introduction there will be another 60-minutes available for discussion, questions, and debate!
For additional information and in preparation for the event, feel free to review the ABSTRACT which includes links to recommended reading.