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Table of Contents

Foreword
The Hon. Justice Michael Kirby

  1. Introduction
  2. The birth of the UN
  3. The UN in practice
  4. Human rights
  5. Legacy

Endnotes
Bibliography
About the Evatt Foundation

About the Author

Ashley Hogan has an honours degree in Australian history and has previously published on gender and class in colonial society. Michael Kirby is an Australian jurist and academic who is a former Justice of the High Court of Australia.

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' ... a short book of about 18,000 words that, in its own terms, does not seek to break new ground, 'but rather to provide a readily accessible introduction to the story of Evatt and the United Nations' (p. 67). It does this in an orderly and readable way, and on the whole is even-handed in dealing with the complexities of its subject.' -- Brian Galligan * Labour History *
'In succinct accounts, seasoned by secondary corroboration, Hogan conveys the complexity and magnitude of the issues with which Evatt dealt in his prominent association with the United Nations - over Palestine, for example, and the emerging doctrine of human rights.' -- Nicholas Brown * History Australia *

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