Indivisible Human Rights: A History
Daniel J. Whelan
328 pages | 6 x 9
Cloth 2010 | ISBN 978-0-8122-4240-9 | $59.95 | £39.00
A volume in the Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights series
Daniel Whelan illustrates how the rhetoric of indivisibility has frequently been used to further political ends that have little to do with protecting the rights of the individual. Drawing on scores of original documents, he reveals the conflicts and compromises behind a half century of human rights discourse.
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