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 is the author of Speaking Freely: My Life in Publishing and Human Rights (The New Press) and lives in New York.

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Kirkus calls Speaking Freely "a well-written book for lovers of book publishing and supporters of human rights" in their review


Books by Robert L. Bernstein

Speaking Freely
My Life in Publishing and Human Rights

Robert L. Bernstein