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Thinking About Human Rights

by Michael Ross Fowler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0819158194, Paperback)

The first book to examine the premises and underlying assumptions of four major schools of thought on human rights. Its author demonstrates that different politicians and writers have different perspectives on human rights. Provides an illuminating account of recent American thought on the subject and a penetrating analysis of the issues involved.

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