To above: But what good is liberty without the material and social resources one needs in order to *exercise* that liberty? I've always understood school diversity policies as aimed at making people more free by giving them a better education, which they can use to do better things than they otherwise might not have done. I don't think that equality and liberty are mutually exclusive.
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