Journals Higher Education

$90.00

Hardcover

Published: 18 October 2016

472 Pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780199364022


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Winner of the ASIL 2017 Certificate of Merit in Creative Scholarship

The Death of Treaty Supremacy

An Invisible Constitutional Change

David L. Sloss

  • Provides the first detailed history of the Constitution's treaty supremacy rule and describes a process of invisible constitutional change
  • Analyzes the implications of U.S. ratification of the UN Charter, which obligates nations to promote human rights "for all without distinction as to race"
  • Discusses the implications of the de facto Bricker Amendment for contemporary constitutional theory
  • Discusses contemporary, doctrinal controversies related to self-execution and treaty supremacy
  • Winner of the ASIL 2017 Certificate of Merit in Creative Scholarship
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