'Gallantly, and with great success, she fights off the objections' -- Zygmunt Bauman, TLS
'Goodwin is to be congratulated on her formidable achievement' -- Tom D. Campbell, THES
Insistently and acutely challenges readers to say what our moral equality justly demands.' -- Eric Rakowski, American Political Science Review
Justice by Lottery will richly repay close reading -- Noam Zohar, Mind
Weighs in as the years most dangerous political book. It should provide a sensation. Fat chance -- Boyd Tonkin, New Statesman
About the Author
Barbara Goodwin is Professor of Politics at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. Her books include ""Justice by Lottery"" (2nd edn. 2005) and ""Ethics at Work"" (2000) and several books on the political importance of utopian ideas. She has broadcast two series of programmes about democracy on the BBC World Service. Her interests range widely in politics, philosophy and social science.