Introduction to the History of Human RightsSpring 2007Midterm Study GuideIdentification Terms:You should be familiar with the following terms and understand how they relate to the topics we have covered so far this semester. Be sure to include details like who, what, where, when, and MOSTimportantly why it is significant. IDs should be four or five sentences long. Religious UniversalismFranz BernheimW.E.B DuBoisFR Rights of Man & CitizenAtlantic CharterPositive Lawself determinationUN Security CouncilNatural Lawnational sovereignty UDHRPositive RightsBolshevik RevolutionGulagNegative RightsLeague of Nations Virginia GildersleeveRaphael LemkinMilitaristic nationalismbourgeois Vijaya Lakshmi PanditMahatma Gandhi Chung Sho LoGenocide Convention Hiroshima14 PointsBricker AmendmentEssay/Short Answer topics:As you prepare for the midterm, think broadly about the following subject areas. Be
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