- Title Pages
- One “Who <i>Isn’t</i> for Equality?”
- Two The Case of Affirmative Action Policy
- Three The Nature of Moral Disagreement
- Four Ballot Initiatives, Moral Disagreement, and Ideas of Equality
- Five Deliberative Democracy and Policy Dialogue
- Six What Should We Do about Profound Moral Disagreements over Education Policy?
- Appendix A Pre-Questionnaire
- Appendix B Post-Questionnaire
- Appendix C Post-Post-Questionnaire
- Appendix D Follow-Up Interview Protocol
- Living with Moral Disagreement
- University of Chicago Press
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