Complete Set of Whiteman's Digest of International Law Whiteman, Marjorie M. [1898-1986]. Digest of International Law. United States Department of State. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1963-1973. Volumes. 1 to 15. Hardcover. Complete set including General Index. Cloth, light shelfwear, embossed owner stamps to front free endpapers, minor tears to a few leaves, internally clean. $695. * The original Government Printing Offfice edition published over a ten year period. Very good condition.Marjorie Mellace Whiteman dedicated her life to the study of international law and, from 1945 to 1951, advised former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt during her tenure as the United States Representative to the United Nations General Assembly. Whiteman remained in the public arena for approximately forty years and served as an advisor to ten different Secretaries of State during her career. Whiteman's greatest contribution to international law was the completion of a Digest of International Law. This fifteen-volume work continues to serve as a leading resource on international law for government officials and scholars. It is the successor to Hackworth's Digest of International Law.
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