Cesar Chavez saves workers from being poisoned. He’s a hero? Part II

From: S Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 4:22 AM To: wblock@loyno.edu Subject: Caesar Chavez Though your analysis of B’s question is consistent with principle and logical, it seems to me there is another possibility—the spraying of the field while workers are present could indeed be a tort, but one that the farmer can get away with because he knows the workers will not or cannot take him to court over it. In other words, the workers do not consent contractually to the spraying, but they acquiesce in it for reasons of their own, just as subjects in a State acquiesce … Continue reading Cesar Chavez saves workers from being poisoned. He’s a hero? Part II