- Who Toils? Race, Equal Opportunity, and the Division of Labor
- Against Leveling the Playing Field
- Against Limiting Opportunity
- Egalitarianism of Opportunity and Other Egalitarianisms
- Can Everyone be Esteemed?
- Opportunity for What? Defending the Constellation
- Sharing Labor
- Transforming Relationships
- Is Inequality Necessary?
- Are Some Born Smarter than Others?
- Race and Political Philosophy
- Justice and Markets
- Contributive Justice
“How to Make Opportunity Equal is a bold and principled attempt to grapple with the fundamental problem of justice in the modern world, and along the way manages to throw a great deal of light on the insidious character of modern racial categorizations.” (Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, June 2009)
"Gomberg writes in a hard-hitting, knowledgeable and engaging way about the problems of racism in society and marshals an array of evidence to illustrate his case." (Ethical Theory and Moral Practice)
- A major contribution to our thinking about justice
- Focuses on how race and class inevitably structure vastly unequal life prospects
- Shows how human society can be organized in a way that does not socialize children for lives of routine labour
- Looks towards contribution, not distribution, as a way to promote racial equality
- Argues that by sharing routine and complex labor, social relationships would be transformed, eliminating competition for limited opportunities to develop and contribute abilities