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T.A. Taracouzio • 4 Items / 3 Books, 1 Review
The Soviet Union and International Law (1935)
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    The Soviet Union and International Law, by T.A. Taracouzio
    1. The Soviet Union and International Law by T.A. Taracouzio
    American Political Science Review, August 1935, pp. 689-690
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    The Law of Nations (Review)
    The Soviet Union and International Law, by T.A. Taracouzio
    1. The Soviet Union and International Law by T.A. Taracouzio
    The New Republic, August 7, 1935, p. 368
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    Reviews (Review)
    The Soviet Union and International Law, by T.A. Taracouzio
    1. The Soviet Union and International Law by T.A. Taracouzio
    Political Science Quarterly, December 1936, pp. 630-631
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