I basically like the video, although I have one question and one disagreement. My question is about something he said at the 2:00 point. He says:
So long as sweatshop labor is voluntary, even in the weak sense of being free from physical coercion...That suggests that there is a stronger sense of "voluntary." I don't know what that sense is. Does anyone reading this post know what that strong sense is? Matt?
As a reminder, here are the conditions needed for an exchange to be euvoluntary:
(1) conventional ownership
(2) conventional capacity to buy/sell
(3) absence of regret
(4) no uncompensated externalities
(5) neither party coerced by human agency
(6) neither party coerced by circumstance; the disparity in BATNAs is not "too large"
I hope this helps to answer your question.