I agree with your premise, but the point of the piece was to explain why free speech is something to be valued unto itself. I therefore ignored how it pertains to property rights, other than my brief mention at the beginning that it is not a (property) right.

I appreciate the feedback! Maybe I’ll write a follow-up focusing on how speech does relate to property rights :)

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