My friend and colleague at the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies, Robert Christian, has a very provocative essay up at Ethika Politika in which he challenges the anti-military intervention stance of some consistent ethic of life advocates. Provocative and very smart, Christian's essay raises tough questions of a kind young people have such a knack for posing, upsetting us older folks in our settled judgments. Bravo.
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