Divine rights of dynastic despots ending

There is a sense of historical constancy in that the war in Libya is not far from the city of Annaba, in northeast Algeria. There St Augustine, 1,600 years ago, elaborated the factors that would make for just war.

Gar Pardy
Published: Wednesday, 03/30/2011 12:00 am EDT

There is a sense of historical constancy in that the war in Libya is not far from the city of Annaba, in northeast Algeria. There St Augustine, 1,600 years ago, elaborated the factors that would make for just war.

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