Michael Rozeff's criticism of Murray Rothbard is odd. He says that Murray offers no defense of privacy, but Murray is arguing that we don't have such a right. Rozeff gives no defense for saying that we do, other than to say he considers privacy a personal and social good. Surely there are many goods, e.g., a high income, that we don't have a right to; why is there a right to privacy? As Rand would say, blank out.