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James TraubCarter has positioned himself at a very unusual place: the intersection between the high ideals of Christian and secular moral philosophy and the exigencies of a very grim war. Most of us would rather ignore both the pull of those ideals and the ugly reality of that war. We want satisfying answers. Carter has no such answers to offer—only difficult questions which, once posed, can no longer be ignored.
—The New York Times