The lesser evil

political ethics in an age of terror

By Ignatieff, Michael

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ISBN
978-0-69111-751-5
Publisher
Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2004.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on May 15, 2004

In this wise and reflective book, Ignatieff (director, Carr Ctr. for Human Rights Policy, Harvard) draws upon his training as a historian and journalist to look behind the popular knee-jerk reactions to terrorism. Ignatieff is more a realist than an ideologue, and he presents an overview of how democracies have dealt with terrorist movements in the past and how they might best approach the terrorist threat today. Central to his book are several questions: Is there no mor...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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