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Remembering Ethicist Jean Bethke Elshtain, Who Backed 'Justifiable War'

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As a leading public intellectual at the University of Chicago, Jean Bethke Elshtain was known as a political theorist and ethicist who wasn't afraid to talk about God. Elshtain died this month. University of Chicago professor William Schweiker offers a remembrance of his friend and colleague.
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