Catholic Concept of Genuine and Just Peace as a Basic Collective Human Right

Author: Przetacznik, Frank
The first systematic study on this subject in the world legal, philosophical, and political literature. Based on documentary materials and literature, this study is intended to serve as a practical handbook for university and college professors, students, journalists, and other persons involved professionally in the problem of peace and human rights.


"This is a scholarly, well-researched and thought-provoking book. Each chapter is well documented with notes and, at the end, there is an excellent bibliography. . . . analysis is reasoned and well balanced. . . . this book would serve as a basic handbook for colleges, particularly Catholic colleges, Universities, and Seminaries and a reference book for professors, students, journalists and other persons involved professional or interested in the problems of peace and human rights." -- P.K. Menon in International Journal on World Peace