Foundation Press, 1999 - 1228 pages
This study of human rights covers both international and domestic contexts. The arrangement of the book's materials allows teachers to omit, condense or reorder as needed. U.S. materials help explore the basic conceptual issues, including domestic legal remedies to protect international rights. The book covers remedies provided by the major international human rights instruments and the role of non-legal institutions.
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