Marion has another reason why we do not attack injustice more actively.
"The pursuit of justice simply costs more than most can afford to pay."
She goes on with a great story illustrating some of the costs. BUT -- my
question is really to go below this level. WHY does it cost more than
most can afford to pay? What is it that allows it to be so costly?
Just mentally tack this question on to the end of the others I have
already posed. How deeply do we have to pursue this question to truly
understand why we do not attack injustice?
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