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In Rawls: A Theory of Justice and Its Critics (1990), Chandran Kukathas and Philip Pettit provide analytical discussion of the central critical responses to Rawls's work.

In Culture War and Ethical Theory (1997), Richard F. Von Dohlen discusses Rawls's theories in relation to cultural conflicts facing the United States in the twentieth century.

In Pluralism and Consensus: Conceptions of the Good in the American Polity (1998), Christopher Beem discusses philosophies of liberalism and pluralism, including the theories of Rawls, in relation to American politics and government.

John Rawls: Collected Papers (1999), edited by Samuel Freeman, includes almost all of Rawls's publications (other than his books), arranged in chronological order.

Lectures on the History of Moral Philosophy (2000), edited by Barbara Herman, includes Rawls's lectures on the history of modern ethics from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries.

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