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Cameron displayed a keen wit tempered by well-wrought Christian tact, both in his writing and .
Cameron displayed a keen wit tempered by well-wrought Christian tact, both in his writing and his teaching on both sides of the Atlantic. He was capable of generous appreciation-he admired the American people-but invariable maintained a prudent objectivity. A full-throated opponent of those preparing to fight nuclear war-and of those who supported them with moral argument-he scored Michael Novak and the school of " deterrence in his Nuclear Catholics and Other Essays (Eerdmans, 1989). Cameron was a worthy disciple of Newman, devoted to both the practice of virtue and the cultivation of the mind.