JUST AND UNJUST WARS: A MORAL ARGUMENT WITH HISTORICAL ILLUSTRATIONS; THE GREAT WAR AND MODERN MEMORY

@article{Walzer1978JUSTAU,
  title={JUST AND UNJUST WARS: A MORAL ARGUMENT WITH HISTORICAL ILLUSTRATIONS; THE GREAT WAR AND MODERN MEMORY},
  author={Michael Walzer and Paul Fussell},
  journal={Religious Studies Review},
  year={1978},
  volume={4},
  pages={240-245}
}
This classic work examines the issues surrounding military theory, war crimes, and the spoils of war from the Athenian attack on Melos to the My Lai massacre.. A revised and updated classic treatment of the morality of war written by one of our country's leading philosophers. Just and Unjust Wars examines a variety of conflicts in order to understand exactly why, according to Walzer, "the argument about war and justice is still a political and moral necessity." Walzer's classic work draws on… 
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