Analyzes the work of the United Nations and its related agencies (International Labour Organisation, World Health Organization, etc.) in dealing with problems of international cooperation in economic and social affairs, in the promotion of human rights, and in the advancement of dependent peoples; appraises the efforts made to harmonize conflicting national views in solving these problems. "Charter of the United Nations": p. 1083-1101. "Universal declaration of human rights": p. 1108-1111. "Draft covenant on civil and political rights": p. 1112-1122. "Draft covenant on economic, social and cultural rights": p. 1123-1129.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KZ4970 .A78 1957
Washington : Brookings Institution,