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100 1  Arthur, John,|d1946-2007. 
245 10 Human rights & civil rights|h[Hoopla electronic resource] 
       /|c[John Arthur]. 
246 3  Human rights and civil rights 
250    Unabridged. 
260    [United States] :|bKnowledge Products, Inc. :|bMade 
       available through hoopla,|c2006. 
300    1 online resource (1 audio file (180 min.)) :|bdigital. 
490 1  Morality in our age 
490 1  Audio classic series 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
511 1  Read by Cliff Robertson. 
520    Individual rights morally protect a person against 
       oppression by the powerful (such as the democratic 
       majority, the government, or other holders of power). 
       Civil rights are group-oriented; they are legal rights if 
       government recognizes and enforces them. However, civil 
       rights also are rooted in moral rights (i.e. "human 
       rights") to such things as equal protection of the laws. 
       Social contract theories say that individuals have natural
       rights, and that governments exist to protect those rights
       (e.g. life, liberty, and property). Utilitarians insist 
       that governments bestow rights according to the general 
       welfare. Communitarians believe that rights must be 
       understood against government's need to encourage citizens
       to lead good lives. The Western tradition of individual 
       rights seeks to limit government power; the U.S. 
       Constitution embraces this tradition, though it also 
       expresses concern for the more utilitarian goal of "the 
       general welfare." Rights can powerfully conflict, 
       especially as more and more human needs (e.g. food, 
       housing, education, health care) are said to be a matter 
       of human rights. There also are serious controversies 
       about the role of the judiciary in enforcing or 
       implementing rights. Our moral wisdom is seriously tested 
       by the conflicts between rights, and by disputes about how
       moral rights are to be implemented in the positive rights 
       of civil law. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
650  0 Human rights|xMoral and ethical aspects.|vSound 
650  0 Civil rights|xMoral and ethical aspects.|vSound 
700 1  Guillaume, Robert.|4nrt 
710 2  hoopla digital. 
830  0 Morality in our age. 
830  0 Audio classic series. 
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