Whole Foods? Seriously? Why Are We Talking About Whole Foods?

Christopher L. Sagers is a Distinguished Professor of Law at the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law It is a useful thing sometimes to be a token liberal at a conservative academic conference.[1] More than once I’ve found myself on a panel at which I wanted to talk about issues that I thought were at the heart of the event-sponsors’ views, but they then wanted to talk about different things entirely, things I wouldn’t expect to be on anyone’s agenda. Maybe that sort of thing reflects our siloed popular debate generally. When we actually talk to each other once in a while, we’re often surprised that we’ve been off in our corners talking about completely different things. Anyway, today again I’m interested in why this website’s editors chose this particular merger as a topic, much more so than I am in the merger itself. I obviously don’t know anybody’s real motives, but it seems to me the point isn’t to talk…

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