ABSTRACT. Rawls considers and rejects the argument that nonliberal societies are always properly subject to some form of sanctions. The Law of Peoples allows for relatively large inequalities in wealth between peoples; a peoples' being decent will ensure enough equity in distribution of social goods within the peoples' territory. Freeman defends Rawls's grounding of political justice in social cooperation.



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