Law, the State, and the International Community

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A leader in the development of modern international law. Originally published: New York: Columbia University Press, 1939-1940. 2 Vols. xxiv, 613; vi, 401 pp. Volume One: A Commentary on the Development of Legal, Political and International Ideals. Volume Two: Extracts Illustrating the Growth of Theories, and Principles of Jurisprudence, Government, and The Law of Nations. The author divides his subject into six main periods: The Greek Background, The Roman Heritage, The Christian Heritage (Ancient and Medieval), The Transition from Medieval to Modern Thought, The Era of Reform, The Beginning of the Modern Age.

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