This book has two aspirations: to elucidate the plausible conceptions of equality in three domains: political, legal and social; and, second, to tie up these conceptions with the idea of legitimacy, and to see how equality in these three domains supports the legitimacy of the state towards its citizens. This concluding chapter summarizes the findings of the book as far as these two aspirations are concerned.
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