Exploitation is just that,
just because people don't have a choice doesn't mean they're not being exploited
That is not morally bad. It is only natural.
If some men approach an industrialist, applying for work,
both sides will (and logically shud
) negotiate the best terms that "the traffic will bear."
If that be "Exploitation", let us make the most of it.
(parafrasing Patrick Henry, qua "treason")
Turn it around. Suppose that an athlete has such extraordinary talent
as to be able to extract many millions of dollars from his employer.
He is justified in getting what the traffic will bear.
What counts is that both sides have agreed to the deal