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`Macleod's argument ... is convincing and important' The Philosophical Review, vol.109, no.4

`splendid ... sets the standard for future work to emulate. Written in lucid prose, and nicely organized, Macleod's book summarizes Dworkin's principal arguments with clarity and charity, before proceeding to offer serieus challenges to some of his central claims. ... Anyone working on Dworkin or distributive justice more generally must read this impressive contribution to the literature.' Canadian Journal of Political Science

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Colin M. Macleod is Lecturer in the Department of Philosophy, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. He was educated at Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario (where he was awarded the gold medal in philosophy), Dalhousie University, Halifax, and Cornell University (where he earned his PhD.

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