Social Justice in the Liberal State

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Social Justice in the Liberal State

By Bruce A. Ackerman
Yale University Press, 1980
392 pp. $17.50

A lawyer-philosopher from Yale states the positive case for a liberalism that glorifies neither the state bureaucracy nor the private market. References to the sphere of relations among states are few, but the breadth of the attack on the fundamental issues of man and society is impressive.

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