3 edition of case against the bomb found in the catalog.
case against the bomb
International Court of Justice.
|Statement||Roger S. Clark and Madeleine Sann, editors.|
|Contributions||Clark, Roger Stenson., Sann, Madeleine., World Health Organization.|
|LC Classifications||KZ5665 .I58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||354 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||96071727|
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Critics of the bombing have made a strong moral case against the action. This is why the defenders of the bombing use strongly moralistic terms themselves. One of the results is. The federal indictment against McVeigh and Nichols – the latter fronted the money and did most of the bomb’s construction for McVeigh – made specific mention of “others unknown”, and.
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By expanding upon Dershowitz’s analysis of the ticking bomb scenario, this Book Review takes a closer look at the justifications for judicially sanctioned torture and then argues against this proposal by developing the moral and legal theories that would prohibit its acceptance.
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But that is definitely not the case now. Our intervention would have only a minimal effect even under the most optimistic scenarios. In short, the arguments against bombing are.
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