Knickerbocker, Brad; Chaddock, Gail; LaFranchi, Howard
September 2001
Christian Science Monitor;9/13/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 203, p1
Discusses possible responses of the United States to terrorist attacks on New York, N.Y. and Washington, D.C. Question of the extent to which retaliation is justified, in light of the difficulty in pinpointing the attackers; Options which include limited military attacks, invasions, declaring war, or changing U.S. diplomatic policy; Mention of the 'just war' theory, or the belief that any response be limited to military targets or personnel.


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