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What are some advantages that you have in your life? Do you deserve these advantages more than people who lack them? If so, why? If not, should these advantages be provided to everyone? How does Rawls answer these questions? Do you agree with Rawls?

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Basic liberties - the freedom of speech, the right to vote, and freedom from arbitrary arrest – are public advantages that should be guaranteed to each member of any political system. Unfortunately, this is frequently not the case. The most vivid and the most recent example of the violation of even the fundamental human rights was seen in South Africa, where apartheid was abolished only in 1994. In the communist countries, such as the former USSR, the ''verbal delict'' was a punitive measure legally applicable. These basic liberties, or civil rights, have also been violated in the US political system and their protagonists, such as...

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