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Journal of Catholic Social Thought

Volume 11, Issue 2, Summer 2014
Economic Justice

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catholic social teaching and economic justice
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Barbara Wall Introduction
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on markets
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Daniel K. Finn Justice in Markets: What is Required?
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Mary Hirschfeld What Are Economic Goods For? A Prolegomenon to the Question of Economic Justice
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Micah Lott Labor Exploitation, Living Wages, and Global Justice: An Aristotelian Account
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Charles K. Wilber Economic Theory, Catholic Social Thought and Labor Markets
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Bernard G. Prusak Kids, Kidneys, and the Moral Limits of Markets
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on american politics
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Mary Jo Bane Catholic Social Teachings, American Politics and Inequality
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Robert DeFina Out in the Cold: Catholic Social Thought and the Attack on Public Sector Unions in Wisconsin
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on the environment
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Daniel R. DiLeo Faithful Citizenship in the Age of Climate Change: Why U.S. Catholics Should Advocate for a National Carbon Tax
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John J. Fitzgerald Together Again, Naturally?: Pope Benedict XVI and the Fourteenth Dalai Lama on Our Environmental Responsibility
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