Chinese Human Rights Baby Steps

The government has turned to an American businessman for help in balancing trade with human rights.

Embassy Photo: Jeff Davis
American businessman John Kamm
Jeff Davis
Published: Wednesday, 05/20/2009 12:00 am EDT

It often seems human rights and China mix about as well as oil and water, and that raising this thorny issue is the quickest way to get blacklisted by the Middle Kingdom. The curious case of John Kamm, however, proves otherwise.

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