Mirror of Justice

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Friday, January 15, 2010

Does citizenship matter in a disaster?

Kenneth Anderson and Peter Spiro raise a good question that should be of interest to Catholic legal theory.  In a humanitarian crisis, what role should citizenship play?  Specifically, why exactly should the U.S. government place a higher priority on evacuating an uninjured American than on evacuating a critically injured Haitian?


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