In this light, the right
to freedom implies the prior duty to dedicate ourselves to the pursuit of truth and the cultivation of virtue.
As this summary suggests, The Right
Nation is a contribution to the emerging literature which holds that American society, and not merely the electoral college, is divided into a conservative "red nation" and a liberal "blue nation" (their "right nation" is simply another word for "red nation.
Roe stands as a monument, as the right
wingers perceive it, to everything they abhor about our society: judicial liberation, sexual liberation, and women's liberation.
In the meantime, countries that have historically looked to America to represent steps forward for the rights
of women, children and diverse families are now seeing an unwelcome change.
There have been some successes such as the adoption of the Convention on the Rights
of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.
Although the government of Saudi Arabia has stated publicly that it will protect the right
of non-Muslims to worship privately, the distinction between public and private worship remained unclear.
Zine, an LAPD sergeant, said he took offense at the provision that says the police shall be respectful of the rights
of all residents, ``including refraining from the excessive use of force.
While Diamond provides detailed information about a number of rightwing groups, most interesting is her criticism of typical leftwing analysis of the right
An invocation of the right
to counsel, on the other hand, necessarily carries with it a different set of procedural safeguards.
hemisphere guides the left arm and hand, and the left hemisphere controls the right
arm and hand.
According to a Physicians for Human Rights population-based study, more than 90 percent of Afghan women and men claimed strong support for the right
of women to have equal access to education and work opportunities, freedom of expression, protection under the law, and opportunities to participate in government.
The Court acknowledged, "The public dimension of religious freedom and the right
to determine one's moral conduct have been recognized long before the advent of the Charter.