human rights

Books

Rescuing Regina, by Josephe Marie Flynn

This book should be made into a movie. As a book, the story has several strikes against it. The central character is not well known outside Milwaukee. The author, a 70-year-old nun, has written no other books. The cover is not sexy. And, heaven help us, it's a book about social justice and human rights—topics that market-driven book publishers rarely touch.

Books

Religion and rights

John Witte has written a book that is profoundly in touch with the intractable issues in U.S. public life and in that of the West generally.