WORLD COURT IN THE LIGHT OF THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
Item #: 14734
Pages: 165 pp.
Published: Philadelphia; Allen, Lane and Scott; 1918. Reprinted in 1983.
Subjects: INTERNATIONAL LAW
The author tests the concept of a Supreme Court of the Worldby examining the somewhat analogous example of the SupremeCourt of the United States and how that Court, set up abovea number of States that had been originally sovereignsucceeded in settling in peace through its decisions theconflicting claims of various States.
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