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Essays on Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Jewish Perspectives

Essays on Human Rights: Contemporary Issues and Jewish Perspectives

Edited by David Sidorsky

Jewish Publication Society of America, 1979, 359 pp.

There may not be any reason to single out the Jewish more than any other perspective on human rights, but the connection has been a close one, historically and in international politics, and these essays, many by distinguished authors, have something significant to say.