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New Left Review I/41, January-February 1967


Jean-Paul Sartre

Imperialist Morality

Interview with Jean Paul Sartre on the War Crimes Tribunal

It has been said that Bertrand Russell’s tribunal would only be able to deliver a parody of justice. It is made up of committed individuals, hostile to American policies, their verdict, it is said, known in advance. According to an English journalist, ‘It will be like in Alice in Wonderland: there will be the sentence first, and the trial afterwards’.

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