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Black Georgetown Remembered

First published in 1991, Black Georgetown Remembered chronicles and celebrates the rich but little-known history of the Georgetown black community from the colonial period to the present.

The Sacredness of the Person

What are the origins of the idea of human rights and universal human dignity? How can we most fully understand—and realize—these rights going into the future?

Ethics Beyond War's End

The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have focused new attention on a perennial problem: how to end wars well. What ethical considerations should guide war's settlement and its aftermath?

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