Compromise and Political Action: Political Morality in Liberal and Democratic Life

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1990 - Philosophy - 215 pages
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No one likes to compromise, but we almost always do. Our politics and associations are built upon negotiation, respect for diversity, bargaining and elections. Compromise seems an awkward stepchild of morality and even dictionaries reflect its moral ambiguity.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Moral Claims in Political Life
7
Justifying Political Action
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Copyright

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