The Treaty-Making Power, 16 Annual Report of the American Bar Association 243 (1893)
The treaty-making power is the power which determines the relations of a nation with other nations and of the subjects of one State with the subjects of another, and is thus one of the most important of the powers of government. This power is usually vested in the executive department of government, under limitations which vary in different nations.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Rogers, Henry Wade, "The Treaty-Making Power" (1893). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4085.