1. Judging the 11 September Terrorist Attack
  2. Mark A. Drumbl
  3. pp. 323-360
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  1. Does Islamist Human Rights Activism Offer a Remedy to The Crisis of Human Rights Implementation in the Middle East?
  2. Neil Hicks
  3. pp. 361-381
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  1. Health Professionals and Lethal Injection Execution in the United States
  2. Joan M. LeGraw, Michael A. Grodin
  3. pp. 382-423
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  1. Post-Colonialism, Gender, Customary Injustice: Widows in African Societies
  2. Uchechukwu Ewelukwa
  3. pp. 424-486
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  1. Indigenous Rights in Democratic Brazil
  2. Maria Guadalupe Moog Rodrigues
  3. pp. 487-512
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  1. Refugee Protection Between State Interests and Human Rights: Where is Europe Heading?
  2. Morten Kjaerum
  3. pp. 513-536
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  1. Human Rights Education and Public Policy in the United States: Mapping the Road Ahead
  2. Adam Stone
  3. pp. 537-557
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  1. The Medical Profession and Human Rights: Handbook for a Changing Agenda (review)
  2. Richard Pierre Claude
  3. pp. 558-560
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  1. Refugee Rights and Realities (review)
  2. Arthur C. Helton
  3. pp. 561-563
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  1. Endangered Peoples of Latin America: Struggles to Survive and Thrive (review)
  2. Carlo Krieger
  3. pp. 563-565
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  1. Cold War Civil Rights: Race and the Image of American Democracy (review)
  2. Paul Gordon Lauren
  3. pp. 566-568
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 569-570
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