Universal Declaration of Human Rights, political science homework help

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There are various elements of the Unioversal Declaration of Human rights that the included nations signed to. Which nations did not sign the dicument and which signed. Why did they make these choices. Do your research and present findings in a 3 page paper in APA format. use 3 sources minimum.

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights gave a clear cut base of what basic human
rights were and how individual nations should follow it. This was in response to the World War
II impacts which was civilians being tormented for no apparent reason. Reviewing the actions of
some players such as the Nazis, the United Nations general assembly realized that an earlier of
the declaration was silent on the human rights that parties in war had to observe. This led to a
task force, at one time being led by the pres...

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