Saturday, August 3, 2019

Essays --

A human right is defined as any right that belongs justifiably to every person. If you were to take a poll and ask the question, â€Å"What are human rights?† you would receive a variety of answers. However it is very likely all the answers would have the word â€Å"freedom.† Human rights are based upon the ethic of respect for an individual. This concept is called human rights because it is usually universal. Whereas nations or specialized groups enjoy specific rights that apply only to them, human rights are the rights to which everyone is entitled, no matter who they are or where they live; simply because they are living. These ethical rules have been bent over the coarse of history. One specific violation was on the day of February 19, 1942 when United States President Roosevelt signed executive order 9066. This order stated that all that all people if the Japanese decent that was residing in the United States must be removed from their homes and be placed in inte rnment camps. The US Government justified their actions by claiming that people of the Japanese decent were spying for the en...

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