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Many people associate egalitarianism, and the policies of the welfare state in particular, with a rejection of individual responsibility. They accuse the modern welfare state of being a "Nanny State," which seeks to take care of citizens -- ministeri... [Read More]

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Both Equality and Opportunity are often viewed as a paradox. How can there be equality if not the same opportunity is sought? Or how will there be opportunity if there is not the promoted equality.

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I agree, there should be equality on job descriptions but not so much as sacrificing skillsets.

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Sometimes the rules on personal relationship in a business overrule equality.

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