Justice at a distance

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March 14, 2012
Bleeding Heart Libertarians
by Fernando Teson  
Posted in Commentary

"Our main duty toward distant others is a duty of noninterference with their personal projects. This is a global extension of Loren’s seminal treatment. Drawing on the institutionalist literature on development (Landes, North, De Soto, Acemoglu-Robinson), we claim that the world’s poor are wronged, not because of insufficient aid from rich countries, but because political structures stand in the way of their flourishing." (03/13/12)

http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2012/03/justice-at-a-distance/  

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