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A Tribute to the Architects: Eleanor Roosevelt, Charles Malik, Peng-chun Chang, John Humphrey, and René Cassin.

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Dr McFarland will discuss these architects of the Declaration and their part in its preparation. (Part of Roundtable)

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Abstract: Dr McFarland will discuss these architects of the Declaration and their part in its preparation. (Part of Roundtable)

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1 1 A Tribute to the Architects Eleanor Roosevelt Charles Malik Peng-chun Chang John Humphrey and René Cassin Sam McFarland Department of Psychology Western Kentucky University Bowling Green KY 42101 E-mail: sam.mcfarland@wku.edu Paper presented at the International Society of Political Psychology Paris July 2008 2 A Tribute to the Architects Eleanor Roosevelt Charles Malik Peng-chun Chang John Humphrey and René Cassin Creating the Declaration In June 1945 in his speech closing the San Francisco conference that created the United
P. Humphrey Human Rights and the United Nations: A Great Adventure (Dobbs Ferry New York: Transnational 1984). John P. Humphrey (A. J. Hobbins Ed.) On the Edge of Greatness: The Dairies of John Humphrey First Director of the United Nations Division of Human Rights. Volume 1 1948-1949 (Montreal: McGill University Libraries 1994). Paul Gordon Lauren The Evolution of Human Rights: Visions Seen Second Edition (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2002). Johannes Morsink The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Origins


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