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There's a fair amount I agree with here, along w/ a fair amount that seems wrong (or mysterious) but I want to ask only about one point. You say,

"But markets in combination with other important social institutions (education, the sciences, the arts, etc.) create unceasing change of a sort that left egalitarian liberals can't stomach,..."

What sorts of change do you have in mind here, and which (or which sort) of "left egalitarian liberals" "can't stomach"? I ask because this seemed like an interesting claim, but one that didn't seem so clear or obvious to me.

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