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Justice in a Pluralistic Society: A Reader is the course book for INST 270 compiled by the Justice Faculty at Eastern University. The 21 selections include: A Different Mirror by Richard Takaki, A Biblical Foundation by Ron Sider, Pursuing Justice by Dennis Hollinger, Introduction to Six Theories of Justice by Karen Lebacqz, the Utilitarian Challenge: John Stuart Mill by Karen Lebacqz, Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill, A Contract Response: John Rawls by Karen Lebacqz, A Theory of Justice by John Rawls, An Entitlement Alternative: Robert Nozick by Karen Lebacqz, Distributive Justice by Robert Nozick, A Catholic Response: The National Conference of Catholic Bishops, A Protestant Alternative: Reinhold Niebuhr by Karen Lebacqz, Love and Justice: Selections from the Shorter Writings of Reinhold Niebuhr edited by D.B. Robertson, A Liberation Challenge: Jose Porfirio Miranda, Liberation Theology: Selected Readings of James Cone edited by Dwight N. Hopkins, Conclusions of Six Theories of Justice by Karen Lebacqz, Introduction: Justice and Gender by Susan Moller Okin, The Mommy Tax by Ann Crittenden, Restorative Justice, Real Justice by Erika Bai Siebels, Slavery, the Constitution, and the Founding Fathers: The African American Vision by Mary Frances Berry, and Weep Not, Little Ones: An Essay to Our Children About Affirmative Action by W.H. Knight and Adrien Wing.
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