Bills of Rights

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Human Rights and the Preservation of Peace

Early proclamation by the United Nations of an international bill of rights, as part of the charter of a world organization, has been strongly urged by influential groups in both Great Britain and the United States. In support of this plan, it is asserted that a specific declaration of the rights of man throughout the world would clarify Allied peace aims, would provide needed assurance that the principles of the Atlantic Charter will be observed in postwar settlements, and ...

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