Property-Owning Democracy and the Demands of Justice

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Property-Owning Democracy is John Rawls' idea of justice appropriate to societies committed to both individual freedom and democratic equality. The goal is to limit runaway inequalities which restrict liberties, especially of the worst off. Inequalities that benefit the worst off are permitted.


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