There is quickly growing student interest in human rights--the
moral lingua franca of our day--and corresponding demand for new
material that introduces undergraduates to this rapidly developing,
complex, and controversial subject. In this book, Michael J. Perry
elucidates the philosophical, moral, and legal dimensions of human
rights in an international context, deftly combining the essential
primary texts of the last sixty years with his own clearly written
expositions and probing commentary. The result is a book that
serves as a comprehensive primer to the multifaceted topic of human
rights, allowing students and all readers to better understand the
core topics and essential texts of this increasingly important
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