HISTORY OF MILITARY GOVERNMENT IN NEWLY ACQUIRED TERRITORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Item #: 5871
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2001.
Series: STUDIES IN HISTORY, ECONOMICS AND PUBLIC LAW
Subjects: MILITARY LAW, POLITICAL SCIENCE
The United States has acquired new territory in a number ofways, almost all of which have involved a military form ofgovernment during the transition stage. However, since theConstitution did not provide for expansion of the originalthirteen states, the matters of dealing with newly acquiredterritory raises many issues. This work attempts to showthe character of military government over occupied hostileterritory and over new cessions.
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