Elizabeth Anderson, professor of philosophy and women's studies at the University of Michigan, came to IPPR to speak about the history of egalitarianism. She was joined by Oxford University's professor of modern history, Ben Jackson, and professor of political science and gender theory at LSE, Anne Phillips.
A history of egalitarianism: Juncture with Elizabeth Anderson
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