The Consequences of Equality
|The Consequences of Equality|
|Author(s)||Matthew S. Battaglioli (Author), Douglas E. French (Foreword)|
The Consequences of Equality is a 2016 book by Matthew S. Battaglioli, published by Arktos.
"The Consequences of Equality is a critical analysis of egalitarianism. Economics, political theory, ethical theory, and sociology are all used to tackle some of the most controversial questions of the day: “What is the nature of equality?” “Are people truly equal, and in what ways?” “What would it mean if they are not?” and, most importantly, “What occurs when a society fails to accept the inevitability of inequality?” —Dr. Richard Lynn"
Chapter 1: The Authoritarian Nature of Equality 1
Chapter 2: The Economic Consequences of Equality 7
Chapter 3: The Political Consequences of Equality 35
Chapter 4: The Ethical Consequences of Equality 57
Chapter 5: The Cultural Consequences of Equality 65
In Conclusion 83
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