“Fair” must be one of the most commonly used words in the English language. It most certainly is one of the most dangerous. It gets used and thrown around with reckless abandon every day. Don’t believe me? Here’s are some examples: Farm succession: “Let’s make sure we split up the farm so it’s fair for you and your brother.” Years earlier, when you were a kid: “That’s not fair that she/he gets a bigger piece of pie!” President Trump on trade: “We need fair trade and not free trade” Finance Minister Bill Morneau on tax changes: “Our government just wants…
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