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When Fair Is Not Just and Just Is Not Fair
By Anthony de Jasay
This article appeared in the Fall 2006 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

A common problem in ethical and political discussions is that people often confuse fairness with justice, a related yet distinct concept. To grasp the differences between the two ideas, it is helpful to see how fairness and justice apply to the issue of free trade.



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Volume 11 Number 2
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