So I mostly read FSG books because, well, I work with them. But I would stump for Michael Sandel’s Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? even if I worked for the competition. It was one of those titles that I called up friends to read them passages, and left pages dripping with ink from marginalia.
Expect to see this book everywhere. Sandel’s class has been the most popular undergrad course at Harvard for years, with good reason. I’ll let the short preview and the first episode of the PBS doc speak for themselves.
Related: Harvard’s Site for “Justice”