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egalitarian

of, relating to, or upholding the doctrine of the equality of mankind and the desirability of political, social, and economic equality
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A fully developed conception of nonsubordination must address many practical or applied problems, including many problems that are familiar in the law, and egalitarian political theory has indeed been brought to bear on such problems in legal scholarship.
The rigidity of the data makes it difficult for the team to conclusively say if a more egalitarian attitude towards women caused increase porn usage or increased porn usage caused a more egalitarian view.
The egalitarian service took place following the monthly Rosh Chodesh service of the Women of the Wall group.
Chi-Square was used to calculate the results the results showed that higher socioeconomic status and levels of education are representative of an egalitarian family system ,however, lower background and low levels of education support traditional system in their families.
Alongside these measures, standardly thought of as an egalitarian strategy that rests on the taxation of market incomes and spending by the state, Atkinson added policies designed to be more 'predistributive', to use the term coined by Jacob Hacker and associated with Ed Miliband.
Karl Marx himself was no egalitarian, yet many of his ideas have helped to shape modern egalitarianism.
In his narrative, Jefferson and Lincoln stand out as political elites who most influenced the egalitarian tradition.
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Their ideological leanings from elitist to egalitarian were gauged in a separate survey asking if they agreed with statements like, Its OK if some groups have more of a chance in life than others, or We should strive to make incomes as equal as possible.
It's not like any egalitarian will read Reynolds's report and say, "Thank God; the top 1 percent earn only 12.
An expectant mother who chooses to find out her child's sex before birth may be giving subtle clues about her views on proper gender roles, suggests a study from Ohio State University, Columbus, which found that women who choose not to learn their child's sex may be more open to new experiences and combine egalitarian views about the roles of men and women in society with conscientiousness.
Israeli Media announced on Wednesday that the plan, called "Sharansky Plan" in reference to Natan Sharansky, chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, will work on expanding the area near the so called "Robinson's Arch" to include a new section for egalitarian prayer.