|Research Resources Question
||[May. 1st, 2005|01:51 pm]
The Question Club
I'm writing a research paper for my Philosophy class about the Theory of Just War, as it applies to three American wars from the 20th century. (and early 21st) I'm choosing World War II, the Vietnam War, and this "War on Terror" thing that we've got going on right now. I've already outlined which rules of Just War that our government has obeyed in each of these wars, and which ones they've broken. Now I just need to support my statements, and expand upon them.
My question is, what would be a good resource with which to find some good, relatively impartial articles about morally questionable things that the US has done in these wars? I'm using Wikipedia.org already, and checking out the links from there, but that isn't in-depth enough. I'm not wanting to just Google search because that would involve and incredible amount of sifting through bullshit, especially when I'm researching the "War on Terror." Do any of you know a good place to look, that would have such articles, or many links to other resources that would?