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Offering an historical perspective on issues and events usually presented in a political vacuum, this book is a comprehensive treatment of America's uncertain relationship with war and justice. In his investigation of such inquiries as the Sioux trials, Wirz trial, Leipzig trials and the Nuremberg and Tokyo trials following World War II, Maguire agrees that war crimes proceedings on any scale warrant the term ""political justice"". His examples illustrate the gradations of political justice across three continents and a century of American involvement.