Censoring the Censors in the WTO: Reconciling the Communitarian and Human Rights Theories of International Law
Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law
A large aggregate of men, healthy in mind and warm of heart, creates the kind of moral conscience which we call a nation. So long as this moral consciousness gives proof of its strength by the sacrifices which demand the abdication of the individual to the advantage of the community, it is legitimate and has the right to exist. It is better to be a slave in your homeland than a ruler in a foreign country.
Claire Wright, Censoring the Censors in the WTO: Reconciling the Communitarian and Human Rights Theories of International Law, 3 J. INT'l MEDIA & ENT. L. 17 (2010).