On Human Dignity

Berlin, Isaiah
January 2002
New Republic;1/28/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 3, p23
Focuses on the letter in response to an appreciate letter from George Kennan about the essay "Political Ideas in the Twentieth Century" which appeared in the mid century issue of the journal "Foreign Affairs" in 1950. Discussion of the Soviet regime during Prime Minister Joseph Stalin's last years; Views on the power of a state and its duty to human rights; Critique of fascism, communism and other types of repressive governance.


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