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

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General Bibliography
THE REMAINING works referred to in the text or footnotes of this book are listed below, following in general the Library of Congress catalogue, in alphabetic order of the names of the author, the periodical, if such, or of the organization or public authority issuing them. Here also are listed certain other works used, but not specifically cited.
Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan, Dictionary of Terms and Phrases Used in American or English Jurisprudence. 2 vols. Boston, 1879.
Adams, George Burton, The Origin of the English Constitution. Enlarged ed. New Haven, Yale University Press; London, Oxford University Press, 1931.
--- An Outline Sketch of English Constitutional History. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1918.
Alfange, Dean, The Supreme Court and the National Will. Garden City, New York, 1937.
American Journal of International Law, The, editorial comment, Applicability of the Case of Altman v. The United States to Special Agreements Concluded under a General Treaty of Arbitration, VI, 3, pp. 716-719. July, 1912.
American Tariff League, Brief of the American Tariff League, in U. S., Congress, 75th Cong., 1st sess. House Committee on Ways and Means. Hearings on H. J. Res. 96, Extending Reciprocal Foreign Trade Agreements Act, p. 540. 1937.
Anson, Sir William Reynell, The Law and Custom of the Constitution. 2 vols. in 3. Vol. II, 4th ed., by A. Berriedale Keith. Vol. I, 5th ed., by Maurice L. Gwyer. Oxford, 1922-1935.
Bacon, Augustus O., Address in the Senate on the Conduct of Foreign Relations by the President. Congressional Record, XL, pp. 2125 et sqq. Feb. 6, 1906.
Bagehot, Walter, The English Constitution. Rev. ed. Boston, 1873.
Baker, Newton D., Address to the Democratic Women's Luncheon Club, Philadelphia, March 28, 1932, as described in The New York Times, March 29, 1932, p. 3.
Baker, Ray Stannard, Woodrow Wilson; Life and Letters. 8 vols. Garden City, New York, 1927-1939.
------ Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement. 3 vols. Garden City, New York, 1922.
Bank for International Settlements. Annual Report, 7th, April 1, 1936-March 31, 1937. Basle, 1937.
Barnett, James F., International Agreements without the Advice and Consent of the Senate. Grand Rapids, 1906. Revised from Yale Law Journal, XV, 1-2, pp. 18et sqq., 63 et sqq. Nov , Dec., 1905.

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