European union and United States foreign policy; a study in sociological jurisprudence.


New York, Macmillan, 1954.

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Subjects Diplomatic relations.
EE. UU. -- Relaciones exteriores -- 1945 ****
Etats-Unis. Politique extérieure. Après 1945.
Europe. Politique générale. Après 1945.
Europe. Politique intérieure. Après 1945.
European federation.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1953.
United States.
Description ix, 230 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date 1954.
Notes Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (pages 211-220).
Also issued online.
Contents A Remarkable Phenomenon -- The Relation of Continental European Union to U.S. Foreign Policy -- European Union: An Experiment in Sociological Jurisprudence -- The Positive Law of the Council of Europe -- The Positive Law of Continental European Union -- The Living Law of Greater Europe -- The LIving Law of Each Continental European Nation -- Is the Continental European Community Practicable? The Effect of U.S. Foreign Policy on Continental European Union -- The American Problem -- The Persisting Power of the European Idea.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)244439
(OCoLC)ocm00244439
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WorldCat Identities Northrop, F. S. C. 1893-1992.
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