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Toronto’s Globe and Mail reviews Stephen Asma’s new book, Against Fairness.

From the review: “Asma contends that “our culture uses the word ‘fair’ in a sloppy way, to mean anything good or just” and that conflating “fairness” with “goodness” through disparate other values (justice, equality of opportunity, open-mindedness and even meritocracy) in primary schools, let alone in society at large, is ethically confusing and wrong-headed.”

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