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Pete, Richard Epstein wrote in a very nice obituary where he talked about how Rawls' theory of Justice became rather libertarian if Rawls had taken into account more realistic views of how human institutions worked.

This obituary was in the National Review, but it doesn't appear to be online any more. I can't find it.

Rawls did not apply his principles globally in the way that Pogge does. Rawls discusses the topic in The Law of Peoples.

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