The trouble with Harry

Wright, Robert
July 1995
New Republic;7/31/95, Vol. 213 Issue 5, p6
Presents an article about the distortion of news about Harry Wu who disclosed the selling of the organs of Chinese executed prisoners by Chinese officials in 1995. Criticism against the position of Jesse Helms on the imprisonment of Wu in China; Arguments raised by human rights advocates concerning the practice in the communist republic; Insufficiency of facts supporting the revelations of Wu.


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