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Politics & Social Sciences Books. ISBN13: 9780231044424. Victims of Politics : The State of Human Rights.
Kurt Glaser, American political science educator. Glaser, Kurt was born on August 19, 1914 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. Son of Otto Charles and Dorothy Gibbs (Merrylees) Glaser. Hoover Institute grantee, 1968-1969. The last four chapters of the book are devoted to events since 1948 and to current problems confronting American policy makers.
MORE BY John C. Campbell. By Kurt Glaser and Stefan T. Possony. The New Politics of Human Rights. By James Avery Joyce. The Rights of Man Today.
By Kurt Glaser and Stefan T. New York: Columbia University Press, 1979. Daniel C. Turack (a1).
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By Daniel C. Turack; The New Politics of Human Rights. Working Papers Journal Articles Books and Chapters Software Components. By Glaser Kurt and Possony Stefan . . By Joyce James Avery. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1978. JEL codes New Economics Papers.
This book explores the significance of remembering the rescuers denouncing human rights crimes as well as protecting and sheltering targeted victims-including the dead-during the Cold War state violence in Latin America. In light of newly unearthed archival evidence, testimonial memories, and the continued mobilization of human rights groups to preserve Cold War memory, this timely book moves beyond the victim-perpetrator dichotomy and its discursive studies to focus on those whose moral courage and righteous acts were beacons of hope in the midst of extreme violence.