Human Rights begin with Breakfast, by John Madeley

Human Rights begin with Breakfast, by John Madeley
Published by Pergamon Press in 1982, paperback, 47 pages. (S8295NOTWSO)

From the rear side cover: This booklet examines human rights in their economic context. It argues that economic rights should be seen as a more central part oi overall human rights considerations. 

An unjust international economic order means that millions continue to lack good and basic necessities and so are effectively denied the economic rights laid down in U.N. charters. The West's policies on aid, trade, monetary reform, multinational firms and other issues can have a crucial effect on the economic rights of millions. 

The condition of the book is generally good. The cover has some minor scuffs and blemishes, but the spine is intact and all pages are intact, unblemished and tightly bound.