Human Rights Law and the Reagan Administration, Andrew Samet, ed. (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1984).
This book comprises a collection of papers prepared for a Human Rights Law Symposium held at the Georgetown University Law Center on March 22, 1983. Cosponsored by the International Law Institute and the Georgetown Jewish Law Students Association, the conference examined the state of human rights law at the mid-term of the Reagan Administration and the close of the 97th Congress. Topics include: Human Rights and Foreign Policy: Setting the Tone in Latin America; The Structure of Human Rights Law in the United States; The United Nations and Human Rights; The Reagan Administration and Soviet Jews; The 97th Congress and Human Rights Law: Three Views; and Human Rights Legislation in the 97th Congress.