Zac Alstin

Zac Alstin is a writer, editor and stay-at-home dad to two marvellous children, in Adelaide, South Australia.

His hobbies include martial arts, making things at home, and contemplating the underlying nature of reality itself.

Being by turns contrarian and irenic, Zac has spent far too much time, or maybe not enough, both looking for answers and progressively discarding them.

Zac is Associate Editor of MercatorNet. He also blogs at zacalstin.com



Truman was right
20 Aug 2010 | FEATURES |  
tags: atomic bomb, consequentialism, Hiroshima, utilitarianism
Dropping atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki taught America that morality was irrelevant.


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