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Social justice and individual justice are different and distinct, yet compatible, concepts. a. True b. False

Kyle Mckinney

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Cynthia Baker on January 31, 2018

That statement is true.The basic difference for social justice and the individual justice only depend on the magnitude. Social justice seeks justice for all the social group, while the individual that justice will only seek fairness on a personal level.BUT, in order to achieve true social justice, which society has to achieve personal justice as the foundation for social justice

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