The Responsibility of States in International Law

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The Responsibility of States in International Law

By Clyde Eagleton
New York University Press, 1928
315 pp. $6.00
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A scholarly investigation of the responsibility of states for actions of agents and individuals, mobs and civil wars, with a discussion of the need of law codification.

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