Freedom in the World: The Annual Survey of Political Rights and Civil Liberties, 1992-1993
An indispensable annual survey of political rights and civil liberties from Freedom House, the nation's leading human rights advocacy group. This year's survey includes comprehensive coverage of each of the republics of the former Soviet Union. Well established as a standard reference, it provides political, social, and economic snapshots of every nation and territory in the world plus a country-by-country overview of the year's significant data on life expectancy, population, and economic indicators.
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Introduction to Country and Related Territory Reports
Related Territories Reports
The Comparative Survey of Freedom19931994 Survey Methodology
Tables and Ratings
Table of Related Territories Comparative Measures of Freedom
Table of Social and Economic Comparisons
Combined Average RatingsIndependent Countries
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