Do the Poor Really Pay for the Higher Education of the Rich?

Dialogue 30 (3):297- (1991)
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In the last several years, ethicists have discussed problems of medical, professional, business and environmental ethics with much animation, and political philosophers have shown more interest than before in details of public policy. Yet this “applied turn,” as it has been called, has not swept much philosophical attention in the direction of taxation and public finance, though they offer numerous conceptual challenges. Nor have these subjects engaged the attention of those in the critical thinking business, though distortions in representing them are common enough.



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