What is the strongest argument for Rawls' theory of justice as put forward in A Theory of Justice?

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The strongest argument for this theory is that it brings social justice to a broader range of people than utilitarian theory does.  In utilitarian theory, people should be concerned with creating the greatest total happiness for the...

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