Considering the last 20 years of U.S. foreign policy and recent domestic turmoil, voters across the political spectrum are tempted to conclude that the last thing American diplomats should worry about is advancing human rights abroad. But a responsible foreign policy can never lose sight of the nation’s founding conviction that the primary purpose of government is to secure for citizens the rights shared equally by all human beings.
The U.S. Constitution established governmental institutions that by their structure and operation protect individual rights. For decades, American educators have…
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