Uma boa sugestão

Chris Dillow adianta cinco razões para que o próximo líder do Labour seja tirado à sorte. E conclui:
"A party leader who owes his position to luck will be more sensitive to the role of chance, and less so to the role of “merit“, which is largely a fictitious entity used to legitimate unwarranted inequalities. He is, therefore, more likely to be attuned to the need for policies that redress bad luck.

"Which brings me to a paradox. Most of us on the Left, surely, think that luck plays too big a role in our economy and society. And yet, in some contexts, it plays too small a role. Luck exists where it shouldn’t, and doesn’t exist where it should."
Não posso estar mais de acordo.

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