Applying Rawls in the Twenty-First Century: Race, Gender, the Drug War, and the Right to Die.

TitleApplying Rawls in the Twenty-First Century: Race, Gender, the Drug War, and the Right to Die.
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsCarcieri, Martin D.
Number of Pages194
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
CityNew York
Abstract

John Rawls was the most influential political thinker of the twentieth century. This book applies his theory of justice to four perennial matters of concern that remain contested in the twenty-first century. Drawing surprising implications, this book deepens our understanding of these issues and points the way toward rational, just policy reform. [From Author]

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Short TitleReview of Politics
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