Just What the Founding Fathers Were Thinking

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When Louisiana, possibly the most pro-business/anti-consumer state in the United States, passes "one of the most onerous" do-not-call laws in the country, shouldn't this remind us, once again, that telephone marketing is universally hated?


William Raney, in his article, states that telemarketing is "a constitutionally guaranteed freedom." Good God.


N. Norvus, director of marketing (yes, marketing), Bell Springs Publishing, Willits, CA, bellsprings@saber.net
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