Just war doctrine was never more than a theory and at its worst it was a lie, a deadly lie. It promised at least the possibility of war without sin, war without criminality, war without guilt or shame, war in which men and women would risk their lives but not their souls or their humanity. This theory has been tested for sixteen centuries, and has failed. It is time to declare its death, write its autopsy, reveal its deadly legacy, and point to a future beyond just war.
Robert Emmet Meagher
CHAPTER OUTLINE AND SYNOPSES COMMENTS
Killing from the Inside Out
MORAL INJURY AND JUST WAR