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The rights of the colonists.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Rights of the Colonists. 8/1/2017, p417. 12p.

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Abstract: Presents the report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Boston, Massachusetts town meeting, dated November 20, 1772, about the colonists' rights. Natural rights of the colonists as men; Rights of the colonists as Christians; Rights of the coloni...

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Does the United States have standing to rebuke or sanction other nations over human rights atrocities?

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Amsterdam News. 7/28/2022, Vol. 113 Issue 30, p13-13. 2/3p.

Abstract: An editorial is presented which argues against positioning of the U.S.to rebuke or sanction other nations over human rights atrocities. It presents the views on American war crimes during the Vietnam war and crucifying justice on a cross of counterterr...

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The invisible shield: how activists and lawmakers are breaking down qualified immunity, Part 3.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Amsterdam News. 4/15/2021, p8-8. 2/3p.

Abstract: The article looks at how U.S. activists and lawmakers are breaking down the qualified immunity doctrine which protects law enforcement officers from being sued by those whose federal constitutional rights they violate. Topics discussed include some sta...

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Countries Tussle Over U.N. Rights Council Post.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Times. 11/30/2020, Vol. 170 Issue 58893, pA10-A10. 1/3p.

Abstract: The article reports on dispute over council presidency of the United Nations (UN) and mentions that Western governments have hoped U.S. to re-engage with council under president-elect Joseph R. Biden.

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Beijing Blusters Over US. Reprimand. (cover story)

Publication Type: News

Source(s): New York Times. 11/29/2019, Vol. 169 Issue 58526, pA1-A6. 2p.

Abstract: The article reports on the response of China after U.S. President Donald Trump signed new human rights legislation that cover the protests in Hong Kong. Topics mentioned include thoughts from SOAS China Institute in London Director Steve Tsang about th...

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Impossible to Protect Ever-Expanding Rights.

Publication Type: News

Source(s): Wall Street Journal - Online Edition. 6/26/2019, p1. 1p.

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The irony of the US human rights report.

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Source(s): New York Amsterdam News. 4/26/2018, Vol. 109 Issue 17, p14-32. 2p.

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Abstract: The article discusses issues related to a human rights in the U.S. It states that U.S. State Department releases a human rights report on nearly 200 countries and territories globally, except a report on itself, and mentions human rights violation in t...

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