Motherhood, Apple Pie And Human Rights

Steel, Ronald
June 1977
New Republic;6/4/77, Vol. 176 Issue 23, p14
Offers views on the disagreement over the approval of human rights as a U.S. foreign policy under the administration of President Jimmy Carter. Assessment of the human rights theme as a political issue; Stand of cynics on the issue; Factor that distinguishes the New Right from the Old Right in light of the debate; Claim of Carter that he will maintain an "undeviating commitment" to human rights everywhere.


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