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IN DEFENSE OF PROFITS — WHY THEY ARE AT LEAST AS MORAL AS WAGES: Ranger:  I think it’s wrong that…

IN DEFENSE OF PROFITS — WHY THEY ARE AT LEAST AS MORAL AS WAGES: Ranger:  I think it’s wrong that you make a profit on public lands Me:  So you work for free? Ranger:  Huh? Me:  If you think it’s wrong to make money on public lands, I assume you must volunteer, else you too […]
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