The Manhattan Institute is hosting an interesting debate on the subject "Criminalizing Corporate Conduct: How Far Is Too Far?" John Hasnas takes the radical position that there "is no justification for criminalizing any corporate conduct" (as opposed to criminalizing the conduct of individual corporate employees). Mike Seigel presents the contrary point of view (or, in his words, "I disagree with just about everything John has said so far"). Much of the discussion focuses on a favorite topic of intra-libertarian debate: the nature of the corporate form itself. You can read the whole thing here, checking back for further entries as they're posted.
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