Democracy, human rights and the United States: Tradition and mutation

The terms “democracy” and “human rights” are not used consistently or in ways that allow easy identification of their absence, at least in popular discourse and the discourse of journalists and political elites. It would therefore be useful to begin with a very brief definitional note for each of them. At least it should then be clear what I mean when I use the terms.

Related Subject(s): Human Rights and Refugees
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Countries: United States
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