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
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
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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