Gone are the days when restaurants were properly categorized as private businesses, free to create an atmosphere conducive to return visits by their customers. Increasingly, restaurants are viewed as the modern-day public square, where activist groups from anti-corporate labor groups to pro-Second Amendment gun owners stage their political theater in front of the local townspeople. The one thing these groups have in common is their recognition that the most valuable thing owned by a ...
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