January 16th 2008

January 16th 2008 - January 16th 2008 Democracy was defined...

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January 16 th 2008 Democracy was defined after the war to include the right to a minimum standard of living. If citizens of nation-states were to be provided with a minimum standard of living to ensure full employment, pension plans, etc., the government was required to interfere in the economy. The UN Declaration of Human Rights: Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind (it was some sort of an anti-Nazi manifesto). After the war, the new rights included a right to a minimum of standard of living, right to speak, assemble, practice religion, etc. Mark Mazower refers to a debate before and after the war is the “broad and narrow conception of human rights”. The UN declaration refers to more than just the narrow version, but deals with everything. The League of Nations has nothing like this, signifying the difference between the league and the UN. Every nation-state should respect the right of its citizens, every state would have rule of law and courts that would abide by. However, the framework of this document was against the socialist system (the right to
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