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DATE

2002

AUTHORS

Arthur Jay Klinghoffer , Judith Apter Klinghoffer

ABSTRACT

John Dewey was an objective scholar who agreed to chair an investigatory commission in an effort to ascertain the truth. He had no commitment to Trotskyism. Bertrand Russell, the eminent British philosopher, was engaged in a passionate mission to organize a tribunal that would prove that the United States was guilty of war crimes in Vietnam. His goal was to alter an American policy while it was in progress, not to redress a previous miscarriage of justice. Russell wanted to assign guilt, not seek exoneration, as had taken place at the Reichstag fire and Moscow show trial tribunals. He believed strongly in the accountability of leaders, so he applied the Nuremberg legal principles to the process of international citizens’ tribunals and took on Lyndon Johnson and the world’s predominant superpower—the United States. More... »

PAGES

103-110

Book

TITLE

International Citizens’ Tribunals

ISBN

978-1-349-38760-1
978-0-312-29916-3

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780312299163_10

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