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Unpublished Paper
Freedom of Information Act Requests Provide Some Possibility for Nations To Determine if Persons of Ancestries Have Lost All Rights in States Under Guardianship Somewhat Like Genocide or Slavery
(2010)
  • James T Struck
Abstract

Guardianship May Be Like Slavery or Genocide in some states or nations as Guardians are Given Rights to Decide For Persons in Certain States or Nations and the Persons under guardianship are Denied Rights to decide. Freedom of Information Act Programs Allow Other Nations or States to Know If Their Citizens or Persons of Their Ancestry are Being Held Without Rights Under Guardianship. Some Nations or States Have FOIA Programs While Others Probably Do Not Have Such Right to request records.

Keywords
  • genocide,
  • slavery,
  • freedom of information act,
  • FOIA,
  • foreign law,
  • guardianship,
  • guardians,
  • travel,
  • loss of rights,
  • right to decide
Disciplines
Publication Date
September 23, 2010
Citation Information
James T Struck. "Freedom of Information Act Requests Provide Some Possibility for Nations To Determine if Persons of Ancestries Have Lost All Rights in States Under Guardianship Somewhat Like Genocide or Slavery" (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_struck/13/