Others will not let us forget – as they shouldn’t – even if we want to. The Spanish, through Baltasar Garzon, held Pinochet to account decades later. Now they turn the scrutiny of the law on the U.S., which has long and often sought to hold others to account. Who will we be in the face of it? Andrew Sullivan offers, too, another incisive attack on the bad faith rationalizing of the bad faith policy. Here, we find the banality of evil is universal.