Okay, let’s get right down to it. Our side is asked, incredulously, “Do you mean that someone should be allowed to have a whites-only lunch counter?”
The standard libertarian answer is, “Yes, although I don’t approve of the racist policy.”
I say, “No. He shouldn’t be allowed.”
He shouldn’t be allowed, but it’s not the literal force of government or private parties that should disallow it. It’s the metaphorical force of social pressure — led by libertarians, of course — that should disallow it.
There, that’s cleared up. Next controversy.