Throughout Chapter 1, we saw that some debates are politically charged. Chapters 2–4 elucidate a series of perspectives on justice: equality, liberty, citizenship and community. These debates, too, are characterized by highly contested and politicized ideas. Understand also that these chapters are interdependent. What you think about equality will influence, and be influenced by, your views about liberty and both will intersect with discussions of citizenship and community.
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