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Re: [bostonatheists] who is interested in social justice? And why libertarians are not

From: Bethany
Sent on: Sunday, February 3, 2013 2:14 PM
William, you said: "My empathy for the hungry leads me to teach them how to fish, and that includes providing all the means necessary to do so.  Ironically enough, it is what I would have them do unto me."

Would you then support a redesigned funding system for public schools, allowing the state to mandate what each district spends per pupil, even if this means taking 'local' property taxes and spending that money in needier districts with lower property values?

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