Human Rights and the United States

“…invaluable for anyone interested in human rights issues … highly recommended for all reference collections.”

“…unique because of its U.S. emphasis and its inclusion of extensive primary source material. It is nicely organized and written at a level that makes it useful for high school and college students, as well as the general reader, and is recommended for high school, public, and academic libraries…”

“This is a timely resource that will most likely be used by serious students of human rights with some background in research. Every academic library with active political science or international relations departments should have access to it.”

“…a conceptually thorough and well-organized reference. The definitions are relevant with valuable commentary and are linked to source documents and other related entries … Both academic and public libraries should consider this important and timely reference for their collections.”
-Against the Grain