Berkeley Journal of International Law
foreign law; constitution; international law; comparative law
This Article describes how international law and institutions are not necessarily incompatible with U.S. sovereign interests today and how they were historically accepted as valid inputs to interpreting and implementing the Constitution during the founding and infancy of the United States and through the Civil War.
Thomas H. Lee,
International Law and Institutions and the American Constitution in War and Peace, 31 Berkeley J. Int'l 292
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