TREATISE ON INTERNATIONAL LAW, AND A SHORT EXPLANATION OF THE JURISDICTION AND DUTY OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNITED STATES
Item #: 13679
Published: Union; Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.; 2004.
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, INTERNATIONAL LAW, RELIGION/THEOLOGY & THE LAW
The first part of this remarkable work argues thatinternational law needs to return to its roots in naturallaw revealed in Scripture. Two major prejudices areembedded in this argument: the United States has done this,and Great Britain will not, choosing instead to dominate theoceans through force. The brief second part addresses the"internal jurisdiction of our national government over thestates, the people of the United States and the Indiantribes possessing a portion of our territory" (269). Itdispenses with the theological model of the first section tooffer an outline of Federal powers as defined byconstitutional law. His analysis of slavery is interesting.Though he clearly despises it, Gardner concludes that itcannot be abolished by Congress...Reprinted by LawbookExchange, Ltd. Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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