The leading rogue state the us and human rights edited by judith blau david l brunsma alberto moneada and catherine zimmer paradigm publishers 2008 252 pages 2995 paperback reviewer thomas cushman wellesley college this book is representative of emerging work in sociology on human rights that is. Where once the united states saw itself and the world saw it as the savior of oppressed peoples the united states is now seen as the leading rogue state in fact the grounds for american moral hubris were always shaky how could the united states be a champion of human rights in the world when for two centuries the fundamental rights embedded in the us constitution in us political culture and in us laws had never been widely honored. Most americans would be surprised to learn that their government has declined to join most other nations in un treaties addressing inadequate housing poverty childrens rights health care racial discrimination and migrant workers yet this book documents how the us has for decades declined to ratify widely accepted treaties on these and many other basic human rights providing the . Leading rogue state doi link for leading rogue state leading rogue state book the us and human rights leading rogue state doi link for leading rogue state leading rogue state book the us and human rights by judith r blau david l brunsma alberto moncada catherine zimmer edition 1st edition first published 2008 ebook published 3 december 2015 pub location new york
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