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The Politics of Equality: An Introduction

Jason C. Myers

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ISBN 10: 1848138431 / ISBN 13: 9781848138438
Published by Zed Books, 2010
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Title: The Politics of Equality: An Introduction

Publisher: Zed Books

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

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The Politics of Equality In The Politics of Equality, Jason C. Myers provides a readable, contemporary introduction to egalitarian political philosophy.

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'Myers' Politics of Equality is a thoughtful, learned, simply-written attempt to revive a strain of political theory generally considered refuted by events: communism, socialism, social democracy, and related theories of social equality.' Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology 'The Politics of Social Equality offers a readable entry into the history of egalitarian political theories invaluable for students of political science, economics, or anyone interested in how ideas are transformed into politics - and eventually, reality.' John Bowe, author of Nobodies: Modern Slave Labor in America 'Jason Myers' The Politics of Equality is insightful, historically informed, and ideologically balanced, a commanding discourse on the theory and practice of democracy.' Michael Parenti, author of Contrary Notions and God and His Demons 'The Politics of Equality is that rarity: it covers what had seemed to be familiar territory in a manner that casts new light on it in a strikingly original way. It takes nothing for granted, and launches a broad-ranging, clear-headed reconsideration that is an original and significant contribution to the literature on equality.' Paul Thomas, University of California

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