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Americans, Noncombatant Immunity, and Atrocity after World War II
Collateral Damage is a history of America's attempt to reconcile the atrocity of modern warfare with the idea that killing innocent civilians is off-limits and not justified to win a war. Conway-Lanz considers both policy-makers' responses to the issues as well as the American public's perceptions of war violence against civilians, starting after WWII, for the most complete examination of modern American discourse on the topic.
296 pages; ISBN 9781136771231
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- Academic > Law > Law of nations > Enforced settlement of international disputes > Law of war and neutrality. Jus belli > Humanitarian law
- Current Events > Warfare & Terrorism
- Philosophy > Ethics & Moral Philosophy
- History > Military > World War II
- Social Science > Citizenship
- History > Modern
- Political Science