This guide explains Rawls's concept of 'justice as fairness'. It covers such topics as the two principles of justice, the principle of fairness, the original position and the veil of ignorance, and the difference principle, as well as examining some of the criticisms levelled at Rawls's arguments.
Short and adequate.
This is adequate for a very general understanding of Rawl's theory, however, it seems rather surface level. Furthermore, the counterpoints articled at the end of the book are just as superficial, and do not seem to appropriately capture the critics viewpoints.