Table of contents for International law in the U.S. Supreme Court : continuity and change / [edited by] David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey, William S. Dodge.


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Part I. From the Founding to the Civil War: 1. International law in the Supreme Court, 1789-1860 David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey and William S. Dodge; Part II. From the Civil War to the Turn of the Century: 2. Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1861-1900 Duncan B. Hollis; 3. Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1861-1900 David J. Bederman; 4. International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1861-1900 Thomas H. Lee and David L. Sloss; 5. A social history of international law: historical commentary, 1861-1900 John Fabian Witt; Part III. From the Turn of the Century to World War II: 6. Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1901-1945 Michael P. Van Alstine; 7. Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1901-1945 Michael D. Ramsey; 8. International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1901-1945 Roger P. Alford; 9. Varieties and complexities of doctrinal change: historical commentary, 1901-1945 Edward A. Purcell, Jr; Part IV. From World War II to the New Millennium: 10. Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1946-2000 Paul B. Stephan; 11. Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1946-2000 William S. Dodge; 12. International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1946-2000 Melissa A. Waters; 13. Global power in an age of rights: historical commentary, 1946-2000 Martin S. Flaherty; Part V. International Law in the U.S. Supreme Court in the Twenty-First Century: 14. Medellin and Sanchez-Llamas: treaties from John Jay to John Roberts Lori F. Damrosch; 15. Sosa and the derivation of customary international law John O. McGinnis; 16. International law and constitutional interpretation in the twenty-first century: change and continuity Mark Tushnet; 17. Empagran's empire: international law and statutory interpretation in the U.S. Supreme Court of the twenty-first century Ralf Michaels; 18. The Supreme Court, the war on terror, and the American just war constitutional tradition David Golove.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States. -- Supreme Court.
Law -- United States -- Foreign influences -- Cases.
International law and municipal law -- United States -- Cases.
International law -- United States -- Cases.
LAW / International -- bisacsh.