Where Did Fair Go? On the Social and Moral Cost of Growing Inequality

By: Wright, John

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MINT - a NEW copy. 143 pages In a society in which almost everyone can afford a car, a computer and a flat screen TV, does inequality still matter? Does it matter that some are fabulously wealthy if almost all are reasonably well off? Where Did Fair Go? argues that it does still matter. Inequality in a society has effects on health. In many respects in runs contrary to principles of justice. But perhaps most significant of all it its effect on democracy. Great wealth brings with it a power of being heard in public discussion not available to the average member of society. Wealth gives power that has not been democratically conferred. A degree of equality in society in necessary for the health of democracy.

Title: Where Did Fair Go? On the Social and Moral Cost of Growing Inequality

Author Name: Wright, John

Categories: Politics,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: North Melbourne, Australian Scholarly Publishing: 2014

ISBN Number: 1925003132

ISBN Number 13: 9781925003130

Binding: Trade Paperback

Seller ID: ID291074

Keywords: Australian Politics Democracy Economics Inequality new book Politics Social Policy,