Conversing with straw men while ignoring dictators: A reply to Roger Ames

Ethics and International Affairs 11:207–213 (1997)
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Donnelly asserts that Ames has misrepresented his arguments, creating a straw man from Ames's own preconceived notion of the Western liberal tradition while ignoring the substantive debates
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DOI 10.1111/j.1747-7093.1997.tb00028.x
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