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Unformatted text preview: gave another brief history of some of the issues facing human rights over the years. Focusing on the way various cultures justified racism, Hunt discussed how “biological” differences were created to defend their cause, bringing a symbiotic relationship between imperialism and racial science. The chapter ends with a discussion of Karl Marx and the introduction of communism to the human rights paradigm. The two pieces together form a beautiful conclusion to this quarter’s introduction to human rights, in introducing the current issues, and in introducing a more complex sphere to way in which we govern human relations. Question: Which countries were the leader’s in excluding scientific racism as a source of law making, and how did these countries eventually change the minds of other nations?...
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- Winter '08