I'm posting this here because I don't have enough points to visit the Money, Power, Blah-blah forum: My question has to do with the notion of Justice and I'm using the names David and Goliath for illustrative purposes. Goliath: a person of politcal power and social influence. Goliath has many friends in similar positions and likes to make regular display of his position, generally at the expense of those who are less powerful. Goliath's friends think he's just swell. David: a working-class person with no political or socially 'connected' friends. David has a profession. He does his job well and likes to make regular display of his affection for evening fires and red wine. The Question: In a situation where an David's well-being is jeopardized by Goliath, what tools would David have at his disposal to ensure his quality of life and home? My own guess is that David will NOT benefit from a legal system that favors his opponent, and will eventually be compelled to find a sling, or some other kind of equalizer to save himself. Would anyone care to offer their insight?