The US has declined to approve most human rights treaties, despite
widespread support for such treaties among other Western
democracies. This study explores the legacy of the 1950s, when
opposition to the treaties was articulated, and the residual
strength of that opposition in contemporary deliberations.
Originally published in 1990.
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