Responds to a series of objections to the principle of educational equality, including the argument from elitism, the argument from the value of the family, libertarian arguments that reject redistribution even in the service of equal opportunity, and arguments that claim that only an adequate education is required as a matter of justice.
Keywords: educational equality; elitism; equal opportunity; family; libertarianism
Chapter. 9531 words.
Subjects: Political Theory
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