Historical wrongs: The two other domains
(1) the distributive effects of past wrongs: One or more individual or collective agents — “the perpetrators” — acted wrongly at t0, effecting a continuing change in the distribution of status or assets at t1. It may follow that some agents at t1 have moral reason to alter this distribution of status or assets at t1, presumably with an eye to mitigating the distributive effects that the wrongdoing at t0 will have had from t1 on.
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