The Legal Effects of Recognition in International Law as Interpreted by the Courts of the United States

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The Legal Effects of Recognition in International Law as Interpreted by the Courts of the United States

By John C. Hervey
University of Pennsylvania Press, 1928
184 pp. $3.00
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The author examines the effects of over two hundred American and English decisions. His work is important in studying the possible implications of the recognition of Russia.

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