Articles From Thomas W. Simon

Where have all the liberals gone? Have they been tribed? By Thomas W. Simon Human Rights, April 2002 Politics and debate go together. Yet, despite the many political decisions made and actions taken in response to the events of September 11th, they have generated relatively little debate.
A treaty against children’s harms By Thomas W. Simon Human Rights, June 2000 The Illinois State Bar Association's (ISBA) Section Council on Human Rights took a stand in opposition to the United Nation's International Convention on the Rights of the Child long before I became a member of the Committee
Close encounters with a Kosovo crisis By Thomas W. Simon Human Rights, April 2000 "You have mail from Slobodan Milosovic." A year ago, I would have hardly noticed the name of the mail forwarded from the previous tenant of my apartment in Slovenia (not to be confused with Slavonia or Slovakia).

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