Is War a Crime?

January 1927
America;1/22/1927, Vol. 36 Issue 15, p350
The article focuses on war and looks at how Pacifists and Militarists see it as a physical, not a moral evil and not to be relegated to the category of crime or sin. It mentions three general factors from which war may be judged as just or unjust namely origin, motive and method. According to the author, the only factor that will contribute to the arch of peace is a correct philosophy of war.


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