Even Wars Have Laws: Upholding an American Tradition


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--TJ Adhihetty
The earliest American leaders upheld basic protections for civilians, prisoners of war, and sick and injured combatants. Such principles can serve as a guide today as we address difficult questions like the treatment of detainees and the issue of torture.
* http://publications.socialstudies.org/se/7405/7405259.pdf

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