gotta love a biased, self serving op-ed piece using out of context, singularly selected paragraphs (3) from a 150 page UN document produced by the UN in 2006 to discern their role in economic development ( http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/documen...ialJustice.pdf) which was, by the way, produced by a gaggle of foreign nationals from data 10 years olde.
the commentary flying under the term quote university unquote banner which is not any type of academic institution whatsoever and is using the term to present some 'legitimacy' to their rhetoric is a nice touch.
oh and the AEI's board of directors is solely comprised of those industrialist who i am sure are currently the 1% holding the nation's wealth.
sorry best i can see Goldberg's only claim to fame is riding his mother's coat tails through tripp and monica.
not to disparage the poster or their effort, but glad to see Hannum's theorem is alive and well.
this cite at least presents a balanced presentation of the term as it even discusses the UN report and what it was striving to relay: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_justice