Democracy and social injustice: law, politics, and philosophy

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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1995 - Law - 341 pages
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Contents

Injustice Versus Justice
1
An Approach to Injustice
29
A Theory of the Disadvantaged
71
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THOMAS W. SIMON a philosopher and lawyer, teaches at Illinois State University. His publications include Democracy and Social Injustice (1995) and Law & Philosophy (2000). He was a Liberal Arts Fellow at Harvard Law School and a founding faculty member of Miyazaki International College in Japan. He also has taught law in Slovenia and Kosovo. He founded and edited Injustice Studies, an electronic journal. He regularly consults for the United Nations (Working Group on Minorities) and the American Bar Association (Central/Eastern European Law Initiative). He served on a drafting committee for Albania's new constitution. As a practicing attorney, he has represented a Diaspora Rwandan group.

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