Liberal Neutrality

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Routledge, 1989 - Political Science - 219 pages
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Is the liberal state neutral? Can it be? Should it be? These are key questions for the twenty first century. These leading authors focus on the implications of neutrality for particular social and political institutions. This book is of interest to students and lecturers of political theory and philosophy.

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By day, Robert Goodin works in the animation industry (American Dad, Rugrats). By night and on lunch breaks he s a comics artist/illustrator whose work has appeared in McSweeney s Quarterly Concern, Mome, and Project: Romantic. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Georgene.

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