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A World Made New: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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In "A World Made New: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights," delve into the gripping narrative of how, amid the ashes of World War II, a vision for humanity’s future took shape. This book masterfully recounts the passion and urgency that Eleanor Roosevelt and a diverse team of global thinkers brought to crafting the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Published on February 20, 2001, and enriched by exclusive insights from personal diaries and memoirs, historian Mary Ann Glendon offers a first-of-its-kind look at this pivotal moment in both Eleanor Roosevelt’s life and global history. Particularly suited for college students, this book not only explores the intricacies of gender equality but also sets the stage for understanding the broader spectrum of human rights. "A World Made New" invites readers to reflect on how historical frameworks can guide current and future efforts toward social justice.
Published by Random House on February 20, 2001
368 pages
ISBN: 9780679463108
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