INTERNATIONAL LAW OF JOHN MARSHALL: A STUDY OF FIRST PRINCIPLES
Item #: 59746
Pages: xii, (2),386pp.
Published: Chapel Hill; University of North Carolina Press; 1939. Reprinted in 2006.
Subjects: BIOGRAPHY/WRITINGS ON LEGAL MINDS, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, INTERNATIONAL LAW, LEGAL HISTORY
Reprint of the only edition. "The author has sought toarrange under their appropriate topics and to discuss intheir historical setting the more important of the 195decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court on matters ofinternational law handed down during the administration ofChief Justice John Marshall, 1801-1835. Mr. Ziegler hasperformed his task "con amore", and on the whole, performedit well...the author has, in addition, analyzed thedecisions, the authorities cited or relied upon by Marshall,arguments of counsel and, to a considerable extent, Grotiusand Vattel...": Edwin Borchard, Harvard Law Review 54 (1940-1941) 168.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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