Well, from my perspective, contracts define rights. I don't even have the right to free speech if I am on someone else's property. My rights on the property of someone else are defined by the terms of my agreement with the ownership.
Certainly I have the right to think what I want. But if I expose my thoughts on someone else's property then they can certainly expel me.
My right to defense is also conditional. I have no right to defend myself if I have violated the property of someone else.
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