Milton Meltzer | Critical Essay by Lyla Hoffman

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Critical Essay by Lyla Hoffman

Meltzer has made another timely contribution to the collection of nonfiction works on topics not sufficiently emphasized in schools. The Human Rights Book begins with a short …, thoughtful introduction to the subject of human rights at home and abroad. The remaining pages offer a bibliography, names and addresses of organizations working in the field, and documents issued by the United Nations and others dealing with human rights….

Meltzer describes some of the torture methods used and discusses a few of the countries with the worst records—Iran, Philippines, Argentina, South Africa, the Soviet Union and others. There is a chapter on U.S. violations of political freedom by the FBI and the CIA and about U.S. political prisoners such as the Wilmington Ten, although Meltzer does not deal with the cruel treatment (including torture by isolation...

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