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Derek Buxton

Nice at last to find a definition of "social justice". Shame about the weasel words used, and the "do this without that!" attitude. Everything that I have read recently suggests that Cameron does not share this definition. He still favours government interference in every moment of our lives and will tax us to the hilt to pay for it. Is that giving to some without penalising others?

Derek Buxton


"fairness for those who in need of help AND fairness to those who provide it"

I don't see how this differs significantly from "From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs".

Simon Newman

Another year on, and I came back and reread this entry, still trying to understand what 'social justice' is supposed to mean. It seems to mean a sort of soft socialism. I think Hayek was right.


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