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AcknowledgmentsIntroductionDefinition, the Argument, and Six Historical ControversiesStructureChapter 1. Early Ethical Contributions to Human RightsChapter 2. Human Rights and the Enlightenment: The Development of a Liberal and Secular Perspective of Human RightsChapter 3. Human Rights and the Industrial Age: The Development of a Socialist Perspective of Human RightsChapter 4. The World Wars: The Institutionalization of International Rights and the Right to Self-DeterminationChapter 5. Globalization and Its Impact on Human RightChapter 6. Promoting Human Rights in the Twenty-first Century: The Changing Arena of StruggleAppendix: A Chronology of Events and Writings Related to Human RightsNotesReferencesIndex
Micheline R. Ishay is Director of the Human Rights Program at the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver. She is the author of Internationalism and Its Betrayal (1995), editor of The Human Rights Reader: Major Speeches, Essays, and Documents from the Bible to the Present (1997), and coeditor of The Nationalism Reader (1995).