Howard-Ellis, C. The Origin, Structure a Working of the League of Nations. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1929. 528 pp. Reprinted 2003 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2002041362. ISBN 1-58477-320-0. Cloth. $95. * Surveys the League's components and the role of its chief associated bodies, the International Court of Justice and the International Labor Organization. Other sections consider its approach to open and secret diplomacy, the ratification of conventions and the function of related technical organizations. The author, though enthusiastic about the League, appreciates the weaknesses in its charter and organization. He argues that these flaws are not inherent but are a consequence of the League's reliance on prior international law, which is plagued by weakness and ambiguity.52 OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS problems and lacked sensuous contact with the rest of the nation, partly because the rest of the ... We must go the whole way if we are to make a decisive break with the past and start civilization on a new course.1 We cannot make a ... to remain till the sins of Europe were expiated, we should soon forget politics and arguments, and be in sackcloth and ashes, positive noanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Origin, Structure & Working of the League of Nations|
|Author||:||Charles Howard Ellis|
|Publisher||:||The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. - 2003-01-01|