Former U.S. Attorney General Clark Speaks in Geneva

| November 11, 2010
Ramsey Clark speaks at Webster Geneva

Ramsey Clark, U.S. Attorney General under President Lyndon B. Johnson, spoke on Nov.  4 to more than 100 members of the Webster Geneva community.

Clark told the Webster audience about his time as U.S. Attorney General in the late 1960s and his later involvement in human rights. The former U.S. Attorney General recently defended controversial leaders such as Saddam Hussein and Slobodan Milosevic and has accused the U.S. of global human rights violations.

Read the full story at Global Thinking, the news blog for Webster University’s College of Arts & Sciences.

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