Morality and foreign policy : a symposium on President Carter's stance / Jimmy Carter [and others] ; edited by Ernest W. Lefever.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington : Ethics and Public Policy Center, Georgetown University, ©1977.
Description
76 pages ; 23 cm.

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Series
  • Georgetown University. Ethics and Public Policy Center. Monograph series - Ethics and Public Policy Center, Georgetown University. [More in this series]
  • Monograph series - Ethics and Public Policy Center, Georgetown University
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. 75-76.
Contents
  • Part one: President Jimmy Carter
  • Power for humane purposes (Speech given at Notre Dame University, May 22. 1977)
  • Part two: Nine responses
  • Reflecting the Eastern establishment / Robert L. Bartley
  • Confusing domestic and foreign policy / Ronald Berman
  • Selective invocation of universal values / Jeane Kirkpatrick
  • "The valor of ignorance" / Charles Burton Marshall
  • Totalitarianism
  • the central challenge / Daniel Patrick Moynihan
  • The march of defeat / Michael Novak
  • A lack of ideological roots / John P. Roche
  • Ignoring Soviet realities / Eugene V. Rostow
  • Ideals, maxims, and deeds / Rober L. Shinn
  • Part three: Other comment
  • Morality and power / Henry A. Kissinger
  • Morality, liberalism, and foreign policy / Irving Kristol
  • Limits of the human rights standard / Ernest W. Lefever.
ISBN
  • 0896330052
  • 9780896330054
LCCN
77092745
OCLC
3581780
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