`The Truth Will Set You Free': The Making of Amnesty International

@article{Buchanan2002TheTW,
  title={`The Truth Will Set You Free': The Making of Amnesty International},
  author={T. Buchanan},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  year={2002},
  volume={37},
  pages={575 - 597}
}
  • T. Buchanan
  • Published 2002
  • History
  • Journal of Contemporary History
  • Although I was no longer at the Bar I would go down to Chambers each day to lend a hand with the work of 'Justice'. It was on the 19th November 1960 as I was reading in the Tube rather uncharacteristically 'The Daily Telegraph' that I came on a short paragraph that related how two Portuguese students had been sentenced to terms of imprisonment for no other offence than having drunk a toast to liberty in a Lisbon restaurant. Perhaps because I am particularly attached to liberty, perhaps because… CONTINUE READING

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      On CND's social composition see Meredith Veldman, Fantasy, the Bomb, and the Greening of Britain: Romantic Protest
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      Similarly, Maurice Cranston described Amnesty as a 'Red Cross of the Cold War' in Human Rights Today
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      The idea of fundamental change continued to appeal to Benenson, and in the 1980s he established the organization 'Nevermore' committed to the abolition of war (Power, Like Water on Stone