Book #53781
The State in Constitutional and International Law. Robert Treat Crane.

The State in Constitutional and International Law

Thoughtful Analysis of Statehood Crane, Robert Treat. The State in Constitutional and International Law. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1907. 78 pp. Reprinted 2008 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584779278. ISBN-10: 1584779276. Hardcover. New. $55. * Crane observes "a veritable chaos" in sources defining the concept of the state in constitutional and international law. This is the problem he addresses. After subjecting definitions of the state to a rigorous analysis, he concludes that "the state, as a constitutional concept, is composed of elements different from those which make up the concept of the state in international law" (10). The rest of the book explores the significance of this distinction and its utility for political theory.

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