The death of treaty supremacy [electronic resource] : an invisible constitutional change / David L. Sloss.

Traditionally, the Constitution's treaty supremacy rule provided that all treaties supersede conflicting state laws. The rule was designed to prevent treaty violations by state governments. From the Founding until World War II, treaty supremacy and self-execution were independent doctrines. Tre...

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Main Author: Sloss, David (Author)
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Format: Electronic eBook
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition:First edition.


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Call Number: KF4651 .S73 2016