Why We Seek War
by Sherwood Ross, Staff Writer
The U.S. hanged World War II German and Japanese war criminals "but no American leaders are held to criminal responsibility by America, no matter how dastardly their conduct," writes Lawrence Velvel, dean of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover
"And we of course will not let any other country or body hold them to criminal responsibility for horrendous conduct," writes Velvel, in his school's "Long Term View" magazine. Indeed, he noted the President George W. Bush "with unaccustomed foresight refused to let America support and 'participate' in the International Criminal Court lest Americans be triable for their actions."
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