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Equal Opportunity Theory
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Equal Opportunity Theory
Fairness in Liberty for All



August 1996 | 283 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
A comprehensive and detailed explanation of the equal opportunity principle that influences social policy today is provided in this book. Dennis E Mithaug addresses the discrepancy between the right and the experience of self-determination and explains our collective responsibility for assuring fair prospects for self-determination for all. The logical, philosophical and psychological basis for equal opportunity theory is presented, as is the social and judicial background. Finally, the optimal prospects principle is examined.
 
Introduction
 
Fair Chances
 
Justice as Fairness
 
Freedom as Power
 
Freedom as Right
 
Optimal Prospects
 
Conclusion

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