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The Foreign Policy of Human Rights: Rhetoric and Reality from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan
Throughout the 1980 presidential campaign, candidate Reagan clearly and sharply criticized the Carter human rights policy, arguing that it was morally unsound, ineffective, and threatening to UnitedExpand
Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Assistance from Nixon to Carter
This paper reports some preliminary findings on the relationships between United States policies towards human rights as it is expressed in Presidential policy and U.S. military and economicExpand
Landmark Congressional Laws on Education
Series Foreword Introduction Timeline of Milestones in U.S. Education The Land Ordinance of 1785 The Northwest Ordinance The First Morrill Act The Freemen's Bureau The Second Morrill Act TheExpand
The Role of Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Assistance Policy: A Critique and Reappraisal
In a recent study, David Cingranelli and Thomas Pasquarello (1985) discovered a modest positive relationship between certain types of U.S. foreign assistance and human rights behavior. We believe aExpand
DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN
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The fall of the Soviet Union
A Jury of Her Peers
Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Assistance from
This paper reports some preliminary findings on the relationships between United States policies towards human rights as it is expressed in Presidential policy and U.S. military and economicExpand
Gay rights and human rights
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