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NATO Citizens' Commissions: A Correspondence

Adolph and Oliver
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 48, No. 8 (AUGUST 1962), pp. 734-735
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25722078
Page Count: 2
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Abstract

Published here is an exchange of letters between two fellow Commissioners of the United States Citizens' Commission on NATO. Adolph W. Schmidt, a non-lawyer, asks Professor Oliver Schroeder, Jr., who is a member of the American Bar Association, two questions: (1) Why do members of the Association continue to advocate "world peace through world law" when from Mr. Schmidt's impressions of the meaning of "world law", it is impossible to attain in the foreseeable future and, under present circumstances, the attaining of it is at best undesirable? (2) Why cannot the important influence of the Association be induced to work constructively toward an alternative, the development of the Atlantic Community into effective government? Professor Schroeder's letter is in reply.

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