"Freedom from Past Injustices" is a major contribution to the literature concerning the rectification of historical wrongs, and contains important arguments against rectifying past wrongs. It examines a highly important question: whether the descendants of victims of past wrongs should be compensated. It examines carefully and critically most of the arguments in the field and it defends successfully an unpopular position.--Alon Harel, Mizock Chair in Administrative and Criminal Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
About the Author
Nahshon Perez is Schusterman Visiting Professor at the Boston University.