In this On Demand Program, our professors will explain the means and ends of arguments for social justice through the lens of classical liberalism.
You’ll learn more about how to adapt your own arguments to fit the critiques of markets and individual liberty that come from advocates for social justice. Then we’ll look at the ways in which markets and classical liberal perspectives can actually better meet some of the goals of social justice such as eliminating poverty and reducing income inequality. Finally, you’ll learn more about the role of imperialism and the idea of exploitation and what, if anything, they have to do with the growth of capitalism.
Whether you’re open to or skeptical of arguments rooted in social justice, this On Demand program is sure to satisfy your intellectual curiosity and provide the tools to be a better advocate for liberty.

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