Amnesty International, the Human Rights Story

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McGraw-Hill, 1981 - Political Science - 128 pages
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Traces the twenty-year history of the London-based human rights organization, and discusses the group's major concerns for the future

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Contents

Preface and Acknowledgments
6
The Amnesty Machinery at Work
21
Amnestys Front Burner 44
28
Copyright

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About the author (1981)

Jonathan Power was a foreign affairs columnist for the International Herald Tribune for seventeen years. His column is now syndicated worldwide, appearing in such newspapers as the Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, and Taipei Times. He is also a regular contributor to the New York Times, Washington Post, Encounter, and Prospect. He is the editor of A Vision of Hope: The Fiftieth Anniversary of the United Nations, and his documentary film, "It's Ours Whatever They Say," won the silver medal at the Venice Film Festival. He lives in England.

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