This Essay comments on a recent article by Professor Michael Harper, which suggested that the United States Constitution guarantees a right to boycott. The authors argue that, while there can be no unconditional right to boycott, constitutional values are properly invoked in defense of boycotts and that the government should have to better articulate countervailing values in order to suppress a particular boycott or class of boycotts.
Maimon Schwarzschild & Lawrence A. Alexander,
Consumer Boycotts and Freedom of Association: A Comment on a Recently Proposed Theory,
San Diego L. Rev.
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