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The release of Wang Dan suggests that our continuing drumbeat on the subject of human rights does have an impact. Both the president and others who have been engaged in this are enormously pleased by Wang Dan's release.
Sandy Berger
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It is absolutely scandalous, ... Are human rights not for all humans,<br/> or have we decided that radical imams are monsters?
Pierre Dubois
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We are countries of large ambitions and though we are different, we are similar, ... Our ambitions lead us to improve the material and spiritual wealth of our peoples and to promote decency, good governance and human rights throughout the world.
Fred Mitchell
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Since Operation Gatekeeper has started, there have been at least 4,000 people who have died. That's 4,000 people too many. This is a disaster and we're not going to take it. Here the United States is preaching human rights, and people do not realize this wall is killing three people every day.
Enrique Morones
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In a way, this show has an opportunity to make a lot of commentary on politics, human relations, human rights. For Koreans, I think it's the best opportunity that American television has ever had to be visited by Korean characters once a week and learn what it is to be Korean.
Daniel Kim
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It seems the Chinese would like to proceed and get back to business as usual with the United States in the wake of all the difficulties the relationship had in the past months. And human rights, of course, is a traditional bone of contention.
Bates Gill
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James A. Baldwin, ,
Words like ''freedom,'' ''justice,'' ''democracy'' are not common concepts; on the contrary, they are rare. People are not born knowing what these are. It takes enormous and, above all, individual effort to arrive at the respect for other people that these words imply.
James A. Baldwin, ,
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I know up on the top you are seeing great sights, but down at the bottom we, too, should have rights.
Dr. Seuss
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