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THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN DIPLOMACY: II: Peaceful Settlement of Controversies Between Nations by Means of Arbitration, Congresses, or Judicial Decisions

JAMES BROWN SCOTT
Advocate of Peace through Justice
Vol. 83, No. 3 (MARCH, 1921), pp. 96-101
Published by: World Affairs Institute
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20659646
Page Count: 6
Subjects: International Relations Political Science
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[Footnotes]
  • Hugo Grotius, De jure belli ac paois, Lib. II, Cap. 1, § 17.
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    William Ladd, "An Essay on a Congress of Nations for the Adjustment of International Disputes without Resort to Arms," 1840, edition of 1916 [New York], p. 57.
  • Ibid., pp. 10-11.
  • Ibid., Advertisement, p. xlix.
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    Letter of Benjamin Franklin to Mr. Grand, October 22, 1787. "Documentary History of the Constitution," vol. iv, pp. 341-342.
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    McCullough v. Maryland, 4 Wheaton, 316, 403.