Concepts of State Sovereignty and International Law

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Concepts of State Sovereignty and International Law

By Johannes Mattern
Johns Hopkins, 1928
200 pp. $2.50

A brilliant essay, retracing the various conceptions of sovereignty and the State from the times of Bodin to the present, and examining critically the juristic conception of the State, with particular reference to the present German constitution.

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