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International law in the US supreme court continuity and change

Contributor(s): Sloss, David (David L.), 1957- | Ramsey, Michael D, 1964- | Dodge, William S, 1964-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Cambridge University Press 2011Description: xxxvi,618p. 26 cm.ISBN: 9780521119566 .Subject(s): United States. Supreme Court | Law -- United States -- Foreign influences -- Cases | International and municipal law -- United States -- Cases | International law -- United States -- CasesDDC classification: 341.0973 Online resources: Publisher description | Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
Paul B. Stephan -- Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1946--2000 / William S. Dodge -- International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1946--2000 / Melissa A. Waters -- Global power in an age of rights : historical commentary, 1946--2000 / Martin S. Flaherty -- Medellin and Sanchez-Llamas : treaties from John Jay to John Roberts / Lori F. Damrosch -- The benefits of avoiding conflicts between the constitution and international law / Julian Ku -- Medellin and the passive vices / David L. Sloss.
Summary: "This book presents a comprehensive account of the Supreme Court's use of international law from the 1790s to the present. The book does not address every passing reference to international law, but it covers all the lines of cases in which international law has played a material role. Few aspects of the Court's international law doctrine remain the same in the twenty-first century as they were two hundred years ago. This book also provides and account of what changed in the Supreme Court's international law doctrine, and when those changes occured"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

International law in the Supreme Court, 1789--1860 / David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey and William S. Dodge -- Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1861--1900 / Duncan B. Hollis -- Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1861--1900 / David J. Bederman -- International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1861--1900 / Thomas H. Lee and David L. Sloss -- A social history of international law : historical commentary, 1861--1900 / John Fabian Witt -- Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1901--1945 / Michael P. Van Alstine -- Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1901--1945 / Michael D. Ramsey -- International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1901--1945 / Roger P. Alford -- Varieties and complexities of doctrinal change : historical commentary, 1901--1945 / Edward A. Purcell, Jr --Treaties in the Supreme Court, 1946--2000 / Paul B. Stephan -- Customary international law in the Supreme Court, 1946--2000 / William S. Dodge -- International law as an interpretive tool in the Supreme Court, 1946--2000 / Melissa A. Waters -- Global power in an age of rights : historical commentary, 1946--2000 / Martin S. Flaherty -- Medellin and Sanchez-Llamas : treaties from John Jay to John Roberts / Lori F. Damrosch -- The benefits of avoiding conflicts between the constitution and international law / Julian Ku -- Medellin and the passive vices / David L. Sloss.

Sosa and the derivation of customary international law / John O. McGinnis -- "Cheap talk" about customary international law / Chimène I. Keitner -- History, ideology, and Erie v. Tompkins / Edward A. Purcell, Jr. -- International law and constitutional interpretation in the twenty-first century : change and continuity / Mark Tushnet -- Why constitutional comparativism is different : a response to Professor Tushnet / Roger P. Alford -- Judicial dialogue in Roper : signaling the Court's emergence as a transnational legal actor? / Melissa A. Waters -- Empagran's empire : international law and statutory interpretation in the U.S. Supreme Court of the twenty-first century / Ralf Michaels -- Loose canons : international law and statutory interpretation in the twenty-first century / William S. Dodge -- Empagran : empire building or judicial modesty? / Paul B. Stephan -- The Supreme Court, the war on terror, and the American just war constitutional tradition / David Golove -- Constitutional resolve in a world changed utterly / Martin S. Flaherty -- Judicial imperialism and the War on Terror cases / Michael D. Ramsey -- Continuity and change over two centuries / David L. Sloss, Michael D. Ramsey, William S. Dodge.

"This book presents a comprehensive account of the Supreme Court's use of international law from the 1790s to the present. The book does not address every passing reference to international law, but it covers all the lines of cases in which international law has played a material role. Few aspects of the Court's international law doctrine remain the same in the twenty-first century as they were two hundred years ago. This book also provides and account of what changed in the Supreme Court's international law doctrine, and when those changes occured"--

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