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21. Bowling Green Studies in Applied Philosophy: Volume > 7
Russell Hardin Collective Rights
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Christopher W. Morris Natural Rights and Public Goods
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Marvin C. Henberg Swords Into Plowshares: Liberty, Security and the Environment
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Allen Buchanan Competition, Charity and the Right to Health Care
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Jeffrey Obler Liberty, Duty, and the Welfare State
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Jonathan Riley Liberty, Paternalism and Justice
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James S. Fishkin Justifying Liberty: The Self-Reflective Argument
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Daniel M. Farrell Legitimate Government and Consent of the Governed
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Robert B. Westmoreland Liberty or Liberties?
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R. G. Frey Social Conflict and Resolution: On Values and Trade-Offs
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Donald Scherer Some Simple Rational Conflict Resolution Procedures for Incommensurable Values
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Henry R. West The Concept of Justice and Conflict Resolution
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George J. Stein Social Philosophy, National Socialism, and the Scarcity Society
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William Aiken Using Food as a Weapon
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James P. Sterba National Defense vs. Social Welfare
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Edmund F. Byrne Displaced Workers: Whose Reponsibility?
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Jan Narveson Full Employment: The Supreme Economic Priority
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Onora O’Neill How Can We Indiviuate Moral Problems?
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Bill Puka The Savings Approach to Social Conflict
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Tom Regan Honey Dribbles Down Your Fur: Remarks on Environmental Ethics
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