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But Was It Just?: Reflections on the Morality of the Persian Gulf War

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"This is a remarkable contribution to contemporary debate on the issues of distinctively contemporary war. For those who want to know what the strongest arguments are on each side of the issues it is essential reading." - Alasdair MacIntyre, author, After Virtue

"A balanced and incisive debate on the morality of the Persian Gulf War." - Colonel Ha
Paperback, 144 pages
Published February 1st 1992 by Galilee Trade
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