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The Quest for World Law and Order, 22 Tulane Law Review 558 (1948)


The quest for world law and order is, at least in its earliest stage, a search for the implements of world peace. As of the year of Our Lord, 1948, we the people of the world, have not accomplished any assurance of the opportunity to live in peace. And as of today one might despair anew of the possibility of any law and order which may assure world peace. Once again, and now, rumors of war and preparations for war—somewhere, sometime—command our daily attention. Once again, and now, young men in our schools and universities are thinking of war; they are amending and temporizing the planning of their careers in apprehension of the eventuality of war.

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