ALL’S FAIR IN WAR? FAIRNESS AS VIEWED FROM THE MILITARY

Janice H. Laurence

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Paper presented as part of Playing Fair: Juggling Multiple Views of Fairness Symposium at the 110th American Psychological Association (APA) Convention, Chicago, Illinois; August 22, 2002. The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Naval Postgraduate School, the National Defense University, the U.S. Military Services, or the Department of Defense.

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