Equality isn’t justice

Posted: February 3, 2014 at 2:52 a.m.

A persistent problem with our debate over growing inequality is the tendency to assume that “equality” and “justice” must be somehow linked, such that growing inequality must be intrinsically “unjust.” But it takes only a few moments of consideration to realize that the two concepts have virtually nothing to do with each other.

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Editorial, Pages 11 on 02/03/2014


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