2 edition of Human rights in a new era found in the catalog.
Human rights in a new era
Richard H. Stanley
|Contributions||Stanley Foundation, Strategy for Peace US Foreign Policy Conference (38e : 1997 : Warrenton, Virg.)|
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|Pagination||10,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||10|
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The other event was ina year later, when John Rawls published The Law of Peoples. Central to that book was a doctrine of human rights. Very soon after that I had some sabbatical leave, my first leave after eight straight years of teaching, and I thought.
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As she chronicles the clash of social movements, ideas, and armies that have played a part in this struggle, Ishay illustrates how the history of human rights has.Human Rights Watch has books on Goodreads with ratings. Human Rights Watch’s most popular book is Human Rights Watch World Report