Irony of Virtue
Mr. Lefever talked about his new book, The Irony of Virtue: Ethics and American Power, published by Westview Press. The book is a collection of forty essays on U.S. foreign policy over the past fifty years. He talked about how his experiences changed his views on pacifism and the proper application of force. close
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Ernest Lefever Founder Ethics and Public Policy Center
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