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INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
UNITED STATES SENATE
EX. C, D, E, AND F, 95–2-FOUR TREATIES
RELATING TO HUMAN RIGHTS
NOVEMBER 14, 15, 16, AND 19, 1979
Printed for the use of the Committee on Foreign Relations
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1980
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
FRANK CHURCH, Idabo, Chairman CLAIBORNE PELL, Rhode Island
JACOB K. JAVITS, New York GOEORGE MCGOVERN, South Dakota
CHARLES H. PERCY, Illinois JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware
HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., Tennessee JOHN GLENN, Ohio
JESSE HELMS, North Carolina RICHARD (DICK) STONE, Florida
S. I. HAYAKAWA, California PAUL S. SARBANES, Maryland
RICHARD G. LUGAR, Indiana
WILLIAM B. BADER, Staff Director
Anderegg, J. Philip, former lecturer and adjunct professor of law,
Baldwin, Roger, founder and first director, American Civil Liberties
Union, New York, N.Y.
national Commission of Jurists, New York, N.Y.
Christopher, Hon. Warren, Deputy Secretary of State, Department of
Humanitarian Affairs, Department of State.
Camden, N.J., and member, Inter-American Commission on Human
Garibaldi, Oscar, professor, University of Virginia Law School,
Goldberg, Hon. Arthur, former Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, and for-
mer Ambassador to the United Nations, Washington, D.C.
ment of Justice.---
Henkin, Louis B., professor, Columbia University of Law, New York,
N. Y. and codirector, Center for the Study of Human Rights---
national, U.S.A., New York, N.Y.
Washington, D.C., accompanied by Ralston H. Deffenbaugh, Jr.,
Rights Law Group, Washington, D.C.---
and Congress of Industrial Organizations, Washington, D.C-------
ment and World Peace, U.S. Catholic Conference, Washington,
Pago McHenry, Hon. Donald, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations....
395 Miller, Hon. George, a Representative in Congress from California.. 131 Moore, John Norton, University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottes
ville, Va., and vice chairman, section of international law, American
66 Newman, Hon. Frank C., Associate Justice, Supreme Court of California, Sacramento, Calif.
231 Oliver, Covey T., professor of public affairs, Rice University, Houston, Tex.
118 Owen, Roberts B., Legal Advisor, Department of State, accompanied by Arthur Rovine, Assistant Legal Advisor--
24 20 Redlich, Norman, dean, New York University Law School, and at trustee, Freedom House, New York, N.Y., accompanied by Leonard 16 R. Sussman, executive director, Freedom House
248 Schachter, Oscar, professor, Columbia University School of Law, New York, N.Y.
85 Schlafly, Phyllis, Alton, Ill
104 Shestack, Jerome J., president, International League for Human Rights, New York, N.Y.--
338 Simmons, Althea T. L., director, Washington Bureau, National Asso
ciation for the Advancement of Colored People, Washington,
74 Sklar, Morton H., chairman, Washington, D.C. Office of the Helsinki Watch Committee for the United States.
260 Sohn, Louis B., Bemis professor of international law, Harvard University Law School, Cambridge, Mass.---
90 Weissbrodt, David, professor, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, Minn.-
175 Wipfler, Rev. William L., director, Human Rights Office, National Council of Churches, Washington, D.C.---
352 Yost, Hon. Charles, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Washington, D.C.
3 Insertions for the record: Prepared statements of Hon. Jesse Helms..
7, 227 Prepared statement of Hon. Arthur J. Goldberg
12 Prepared statement of Hon. Warren Christopher.
20 Status of the Genocide Treaty in the Senate.
23 Prepared statement of Roberts B. Owen.-
27 Prepared statement of Jack M. Goldklang
38 Reservations to the Civil and Political Rights Covenant submitted by Mr. Rovine --
44 Critique on the reservations proposed by the Department of State
submitted by the Lawyers Committee for International Human
48 Response by the Department of State to the Critique of Reservations
to the International Human Rights Covenants by the Lawyers Com-
54 Ms. Patricia Derian's responses to additional questions submitted by Senator Helms.-
57 Prepared statement of Hon. Claiborne Pell, cochairman of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe..
60 Biographical sketch of John Norton Moore.--.
65 Prepared statement of John Norton Moore.
69 Biographical sketch of Tom Kahn.
76 Response to Senator Pell's query re Which State Department Reservation the NAACP Objected To; submitted by Althea Simmons
81 Mr. Moore's response in connection with the Power Authority of New York v. the Federal Power Commission
83 Biographical sketch of Prof. Oscar Schachter
84 Prepared statement of Prof. Oscar Schachter.
89 Biographical sketch of Prof. Louis Bruno Sohn. Prepared statement of Prof. Louis B. Sohn..
92 Prepared statement of Prof. Thomas J. Farer.
97 Prepared statement of Phyllis Schlafly.
106 Prepared statement of Bruno V. Bitker.
116 Prepared statement of Prof. Covey T. Oliver
129 132 138
141 163 164 168 175
230 231 239 247 251 255 257 258 263 266
Insertions for the record-Continued
Letter from Bruno V. Bitker to Senator Pell, dated November 28, 1979,
concerning Genocide Convention...
and International Human Rights; from the University of Pennsyl
vania Law Review, April 1968.
the Human Rights Covenants; from the Minnesota Law Review,
1979, in reference to the status of treaties in Soviet law...
article 7(c) of the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and
to what they have done in the past year...
ture by Any Member of U.N. or Party to ICJ..
Prepared statement of Dr. David Hinkley... Appendix:
Letter to Senator Church from President Jimmy Carter, dated No
vember 30, 1979.---
Committee on National Legislation, Washington, D.C.-
December 13, 1979---
Commission for the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cul
mobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
UAW, dated November 29, 1979.-
International Human Rights---
dassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, New York,
of University Women; Dr. Wes Schwemmer Cady, Association In-
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399 402 409 420