Ludicrous Power
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Pushing an Indefensible Policy

Michael W. Perry:

For several months I've been editing, Chesterton at War, a book that'll include much of what G. K. Chesterton wrote about war. It's been a marvelous education in how to think clearly, and one thing I've learned from him is the importance of stepping back and looking for a much larger story than that being debated, one that examines why people are professing to support one side or the other in a war. Motives can tell us a lot, especially when those motives are expressed by the parties themselves.

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