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Unformatted text preview: It requires both freedom to do and the opportunity, money, political power, family support, or whatever that is needed to accomplish these ends. B. Justice: Webster defines justice as the equality of being righteous, moral, fair, upright, impartial Legalistic (procedural) due process view; equal treatment for all in judicial and quasi-judicial government functions Utalitarianthe greatest good for the greatest number Just dessertsmerit (accomplishments) effort (amount of work) Communitarianism: The idea that the good of the community is undervalued compared to the rights of individuals (more responsibilities fewer rights)....
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