Classical liberals have made valid criticisms of the term social justice, but they should be more sympathetic to the quest to reduce certain kinds of group disparities, especially ones that stem from rent-preserving barriers to entry. Those barriers include narratives that raise the cost of replacing general societal rules that favor a given coalition of interests.

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