27 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. [i] (2014)

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HUMAN RIGHTS                                    Volume 27
1  JOURNAL                                        Spring 2014
Copyright @ 2014 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College
ARTICLES
Reflections on the Question of When, if Ever, Violence Is Justified in Struggles for
Political or Social Change
Susan H. Farbstein                                                            1
Considering Just-World Thinking in Counterterrorism Cases: Miscarriages of
Justice in Northern Ireland
Marny A. Requa                                                               7
Reconciling Socioeconomic Rights and Directive Principles with a Fundamental
Law of Reason in Ghana and Nigeria
Atudiwe P. Atupare                                                          71
Human Rights as a Larger Loyalty: The Evolution of Religious Freedom in
Vietnam
John Gillespie                                                             107
Grappling at the Grassroots: Access to Justice in India's Lower Tier
Jayanth K. Krishnan, Shirish N. Kavadi, Azima Girach, Dhanaji Khupkar, Kalindi
Kokal, Satyajeet Mazumdar, Nupur, Gayatri Panday, Aatreyee Sen, Aqseer Sodhi, &
Bharati Takale Shukla                                                      151
If a Constitution Is Easy to Amend, Can Judges Be Less Restrained? Rights, Social
Change, and Proposition 8
Conor O'Mahony                                                             191

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