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Book Review

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27 Yale Law Journal 854 (1918)

Abstract

No branch of international law in time of war is more important to the lawyer and the private individual than the rules governing the effect of war on private rights, privileges, powers and immunities. The complexity of modern business has induced a vast extension of the provisions of the common law governing commercial intercourse with the enemy.

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1918

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