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Final Response: The path ahead is steep, but we have the intellectual resources to forge a more egalitarian constitutional order.
There’s far more to progressive political economy than market competition and reverence for business.
Achieving the potential of our founding principles requires us to ask hard questions.
Past progressive legal traditions offer valuable lessons, but reformers must also look to the future.
In practice, domestic equality has often relied on dominance and exclusion.
We must decouple the law from value-blind formalism.
Final response: Humility is more than a personal attitude. It should be a collective practice.
Making the issue a matter of personality traits can distract us from the historical and material origins of our present crisis.
Why do we fail to predict—and even more importantly, prevent—social and political crises?
Combatting the West’s pandemic self-interest requires humanism in addition to humility.