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Sex and the Problem of Human Rights
By Stephen Baskerville
This article appeared in the Winter 2012 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

Authoritarian regimes are no longer seen as the leading examples of a human-rights violator. Instead, that despicable label is applied increasingly to private individuals who defy various social policies related to the family, gender relations, and sexuality.



Other Independent Review articles by Stephen Baskerville
    Winter 2008   From Welfare State to Police State
    Spring 2004   Is There Really a Fatherhood Crisis?



Volume 16 Number 3
Winter 2012

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