Harvard Law School professor Mary Ann Glendon tells the story of how the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was written in the aftermath of World War II, an effort headed by the recently-widowed Eleanor Roosevelt.

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  • Mary Ann Glendon author and Harvard Law School professor

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