1. The law in an era of change: Inflexible law in a changing society The regulations of corporations Riparian rights: a perversion of stare decisis The eighteenth amendment: making law unworkable Some reminiscences of James C. Carter 2. Problems of an American empire: Our new peoples: citizens, subjects, nationals, or aliens Practical legal difficulties incident to transfers of sovereignty following the Spanish War 3. Judicial reform: true and false: The crisis of the law and professional incompetency The Supreme Court and the "square deal" The proposed judiciary reorganization bill 4. Arbitration, international law, and world peace: The arbitration treaties with Great Britain and France Letter on the demonstration against the arbitration treaties Correspondence of A. T. Mahan and John Bassett Moore on international arbitration The sanction of international law The Appam Case 5. Dangers and duties of neutral America: 1914-1917: The duty of preparedness for war Neutrality: its permanent difficulties and present perils Letter to Frank L. Polk on the European situation The role of America in the international situation Statement on the resignation of Secretary of War Garrison, February 11, 1916 How can the United States best maintain the rights of her citizens? 6. The League of Nations: its "germ of vitality": The league basis for a better world system The proposed trial of William II "League-o-phobia": a recent malady If international co-operation fails, war is certain The league has not failed 7. America, totalitarian war, and world order: The Neutrality Act of 1935: a victory for isolation World organization for peace still essential Should the neutrality law be amended? A stand against aggression required to vindicate international law The Atlantic Charter and the need for a new world organization Civilization at the crossroads: world order or jungle order.
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