Human Rights

Human Rights

Book - 2013
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This volume is a perfect resource for readers who want an introduction to a tough topic, but also for those who need to pull from multiple sources in order to produce reports and essays. It provides a collection of several highly-respected sources that debate various issues relating to human rights. Readers will benefit from analysis of the current status of human rights worldwide, how the U.S. government should address issues, what the impact of religion is on human rights, and whether all rights are human rights. Essay sources include Amnesty International, Business Recorder, Dipo Djungdjungan Summa, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Miklos Haraszti.
Publisher: Detroit :, Greenhaven Press,, c2013
ISBN: 9780737747737
Branch Call Number: 323 H918 2013
Characteristics: 237 pages ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Haugen, David M. 1969-


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