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Treaty-Made Law: A Case in Point on Procedural Deficiencies

Donald C. Beelar
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 41, No. 9 (SEPTEMBER 1955), pp. 817-819
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25719333
Page Count: 3
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Abstract

Most lawyers would probably feel themselves well equipped to answer a simple question like, "Can an alien be licensed to pilot an aircraft in the United States?" Particularly so if they had a week or ten days in which to do the necessary research in the applicable federal statutes and regulations. Mr. Beelar's article shows that it is not so simple—not if the question is in an area of the law in which the provisions of some treaty may be relevant. Mr. Beelar declares that his point is well taken regardless of the final disposition of the Bricker Amendment.

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