?In more than 800 entries arranged in five categories, this work makes accessible a wide range of recent theoretical and practical discussions of Judaism and human rights as found in journals and parts of books. The latter are the most valuable since they are the most difficult for readers to locate. Most interesting are the specific units, e.g., rights of minorities, freedom of expression, war and the rights to peace, right to life, privacy. . . . An excellent introductory essay illuminates the basic issues and some of the differing ideological perspectives of Judaism and human rights. Author, title, and subject indexes, as well as numerous cross-references further enhance this very useful reference source. Highly recommended for all libraries.?-Choice
Annotated bibliography of books and articles on Judaism and human rights.