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Human rights - illusory freedom

by Luke Gittos | 24 January 2019
Category: Law Academic
Contrary to contemporary panic around human rights repeal, 'Human Rights - Illusory Freedom' puts a progressive case against the Human Rights Act. It describes how human rights arose as a new language for Western governments following the collapse in their collective authority in the aftermath of World War Two and shows how the UK Human Rights Act has presided over a catastrophic loss of freedom, which continued a process which began with the Conservative Party in the 1970s.
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Contrary to contemporary panic around human rights repeal, 'Human Rights - Illusory Freedom' puts a progressive case against the Human Rights Act. It describes how human rights arose as a new language for Western governments following the collapse in their collective authority in the aftermath of World War Two and shows how the UK Human Rights Act has presided over a catastrophic loss of freedom, which continued a process which began with the Conservative Party in the 1970s.
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Contrary to contemporary panic around human rights repeal, 'Human Rights - Illusory Freedom' puts a progressive case against the Human Rights Act. It describes how human rights arose as a new language for Western governments following the collapse in their collective authority in the aftermath of World War Two and shows how the UK Human Rights Act has presided over a catastrophic loss of freedom, which continued a process which began with the Conservative Party in the 1970s.

Product Details

Human rights - illusory freedom

ISBN9781785356872

Format

PublisherZERO BOOKS (24 January. 2019)

No. of Pages144

Weight184

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 212 x 142 x 9