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This appendix section of the book On Cultural Rights: The Equality of Nations and the Minority Legal Tradition contains the Persecution Regime of the Roma Peoples by England, France, and Spain from 1530 to 1900. Cultural rights comprise an aspect of human rights in that they are universal in character and guarantee all persons the right to access their culture. The United Nations' minority regime only grants cultural protection to qualified classes of persons, that is, national, ethnic (inclusive of race), linguistic, and religious minority groups.

Keywords: cultural rights; persecution regime; religious minority groups

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