Robert L. Bernstein

Robert L. Bernstein served as the president of Random House for twenty-five years. After being sent to Moscow as part of a delegation of American publishers in 1973, he established the organization that became Human Rights Watch. He was the author of Speaking Freely: My Life in Publishing and Human Rights (The New Press).

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Books by Robert L. Bernstein

Speaking Freely
My Life in Publishing and Human Rights

Robert L. Bernstein