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James S. Fishkin (1987). Liberty Versus Equal Opportunity.

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    Equality of Opportunity and Personal Identity.Neven Petrović - 2009 - Acta Analytica 24 (2):97-111.
    One of the central theses of egalitarian liberals in the domain of distributive justice is that talented individuals should not be allowed to keep their entire market-income even if it flows solely from their greater abilities. This claim is usually supported by one of several arguments or some mixture of them, but in the present paper, I want to concentrate on the version that invokes equality of opportunity as its starting point. Namely, it is claimed that every human being should (...)
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    In Defense of Outcomes-Based Conceptions of Equal Educational Opportunity.Kenneth R. Howe - 1989 - Educational Theory 39 (4):317-336.