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Equality and Equal Opportunity

The Journal of Libertarian Studies
07/30/2014Arnold W. Green

Not even the most doctrinaire egalitarian will deny that heredity affects, if it does not deter- mine, individual intelligence, strength, vitality, and the capacity to develop certain skills. There are three other dimensions of inequality, how- ever, which are universal, and yet commonly over-looked or even denied. To what extent their basis is phylogenetic may be open to debate, but beyond question is the fact that all three are deeply entrenched in acquired human nature.

Volume 1, Number 2 (1977)

Author:

Arnold W. Green

Arnold W. Green is a Lecturer in Sociology at  Hurnboldt State University.

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Green, Arnold W. "Equality and Equal Opportunity." Journal of Libertarian Studies 1, No.2 (1977): 125-136.

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