It has been nearly fifty years since the collapse of the Nazi regime; is there any longer a point to presenting for the apprehension and prosecution of surviving Nazi war criminals? In this carefully argued book, Alan Rosenbaum makes it clear that there is. He contends that apart from concerns about obligations to the dead or vengeance against the
Table of Contents
Preface -- Introduction -- The Holocaust: An Overview -- The Aftermath of the Third Reich -- The Rule of Law -- Nazi Fugitives: The Escape from Accountability -- Post-Nuremberg Prosecutions and the Problem of Blame -- The Rebuttal of Arguments Against Prosecution
Alan S. Rosenbaum is professor of philosophy at Cleveland State University and the author of Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals, The Philosophy of Human Rights: International Perspectives, Coercion and Autonomy: Philosophical Foundations, Issues and Practices, and Constitutionalism: The Philosophical Dimension .