Ethics & International Affairs Volume 16.1 (Spring 2002): Debate: Global Poverty Relief: Achieving the Best Outcome: Final Rejoinder [Full Text]

May 2, 2002

In this brief response, I reiterate the central ethical claim of my argument and argue that, if we don’t know how to make deep structural changes that will end desperate poverty, it is still better to help some people rather than none.

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