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Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Human Rights as Reform Consequences of the Global Market, War, and Armed Conflict for Human Rights
Historical Development American Civil Liberties Union Anti-Capital Punishment Movement Prison Reform Anti-Convict Labor Movement Support for International Human Rights Opposition to Free Market Economics
Key Moments U.N. Issues Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Prohibits Capital Punishment (1972)
Intersection of Human Rights with Other Reform Movements Human Rights and Women’s Rights, Civil Rights, LGBT Rights, Animal Rights, Environmentalism, and Pacifism/Anti-War
Future of Reform Movement Expanding the Definition of Human Rights
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