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Moral Force and International Law[Program 46]
Moral Force and International Law

"We know there should be some world power that will punish the individuals, wherever they may be, for the crimes against humanity that they commit."

-Fr. Robert Drinan

Father Robert Drinan, former Congressman and author of "Mobilization of Shame", talks of moral force and international law in upholding basic human rights and examines the role of this authority as a basis for laws intended to promote a more humane world.

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Total time: 29 minutes

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