© 1996 Professor Douglas Sanders
Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia

reprinted with permission

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  • Wayne Morgan, Identifying Evil For What It Is: Tasmania, Sexual perversity
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    Human Rights Agenda, (1996) 18 Human Rights Quarterly 67-106.
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  • James Wilets, International Human Rights Law and Sexual Orientation,
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    Rights; A Case Study for the American Declaration of the Rights and Duties
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