Law without Force

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Law without Force

By Gerhart Niemeyer
Princeton University Press, 1941
408 pp. $3.75

A treatise on the origins, development, political function and present parlous state of international law. The concluding chapters are devoted to suggestions for the reconstruction of the law of nations.

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