This day in Jewish history / A pioneer of human-rights law is born in Belarus
Louis Henkin, religiously observant Silver Star recipient, never understood how the U.S. could have so much power, yet reject treaties.
November 11, 1917, is the birthdate of Louis Henkin, the American legal scholar who was, following World War II, a pioneer in the creation of the field of international human-rights law.
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