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Three Phases of Justice for the Poor

From Charity to Discretion to Right

By Justice Earl Johnson Jr.

After recounting the history of justice for the poor as a matter of charity followed by justice for the poor as a matter of discretionary government funding, Justice Earl Johnson Jr. advocates equal justice for the poor as a matter of right.

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