Law and Society in the Relations of States

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Law and Society in the Relations of States

By P. E. Corbett
Harcourt, 1951
337 pp. $4.75
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An essay on international law working from the premise that "while legal ideas play a substantial and often beneficent part in the relations of States, their influence is grossly overrated in the traditional literature of international law and, on the other hand, discounted to excess by the Machiavellis of our time."

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