International Executive Agreements: Democratic Procedure under the Constitution of the United States

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Bibliographical Abbreviations
THE TITLES of certain source materials and of certain other works frequently referred to in the present study are abbreviated in the footnote citations. A figure before the abbreviation denotes the volume; one following it the page. The abbreviations, in alphabetic order, are as follows:
Archives: Unpublished papers filed in the Department of State or as part of the State Department collection in The National Archives.
BFSP: Great Britain, Foreign Office. British and Foreign State Papers. To date, 137 vols., 1812-1934. London, 1841-1939.
CCPA: U. S., Court of Customs and Patent Appeals. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals Reports. To date, vols. 1-16. Washington, 1911-1939. (1910-1929, Court of Customs Appeals Reports.)
Corwin: Corwin, Edward Samuel, The President's Control of Foreign Relations. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1917.
CR: U. S., Congress. Congressional Record: containing the proceedings and debates; beginning with 4Bd Congress. 1873-1940. To date vols. 1-86. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1874- 1940.
DSP (number): U. S., Dept. of State. Publication. To date, nos. 1- 1561. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1929-1941.
Elliot: Elliot, Jonathan, editor, The Debates in the Several State Conventions, on the Adoption of the Federal Constitution, as Recommended by the General Convention at Philadelphia, in 1787. 2d ed. 4 vols. Washington, 1836.
F: The Federal Reporter. Cases decided in federal lower courts. 300 vols., 1880-1914. St. Paul, West Publishing Co., 1880-1915.
F 2d: The Federal Reporter, Second Series. Cases argued and determined in the Circuit Courts of Appeals and District Courts of the United States and the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia. To date, 113 vols., beginning in 1924. St. Paul, West Publishing Co., 1925-1940.
F Sup: Federal Supplement. Cases argued and determined in the District Courts of the United States and the Court of Claims. To date, 34 vols., beginning in 1932. St. Paul, West Publishing Co., 1933-1941.
Farrand: Farrand, Max, editor, The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. 3 vols. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1911.
Federalist: The Federalist, a Commentary on the Constitution of the United States, Being a Collection of Essays Written in Support of the Constitution Agreed upon September 17, 1787, by the Federal Convention, Reprinted from the Original Text of AlexanderHamilton

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