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There is a rare commodity here: a well-thought out, genuinely original idea. A good way to provoke serious discussion of weighty social and political issues is to offer a seemingly radical proposal justified by traditional political values. Ackerman and Alstott, both professors at Yale Law School, do so by suggesting that if we believe people should have an equal opportunity to reap the rewards or ... Read full review

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This book inspired me to consider problems from an opposite set of circumstances. For example, the authors suggest that rather than wait to give social security at older ages we might offer high school grads a bolus of money as a social stake at the beginning of their adult careers. Some might choose to go to college with that money, many probably would test out other ways to leverage the stake. 

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Zakāt (Arabic: زكاة [zęˈkęː], "that which purifies"[1] or "alms"), one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is the giving of a fixed portion of one's wealth to charity, generally to the poor and needy
its 2.5% only.
already introduce by prohet muhammad 1400 years ago.

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