读过 The Faces of Injustice
Those political agents who choose to identify with victims act as they believe the latter should; one might say they become stand-ins for enfeebled victims. They are more likely to engage in political protest. In fact, the people who fight back tend to have a cause and a positive sense of their own worth and powers. They may, of course, also be dangerous fanatics, and we may prefer a measure of injustice to their righteous zeal and the kind of political rule they might impose on us. Nor should we forget the political con men, those who can turn the grievances of others to their own advantage. 引自 Giving Injustice Its Due
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