Electronic Hein Cites – Issue 708

Publications from William S. Hein & Co. Inc. February 26, 2008

Secret Treaties of History

Second Edition

This new edition from Hein contains nearly 1,000 “secret” treaties spanning more than 1,500 years and 150 countries. Professor Edward Grosek organizes this book into a chronological listing of 973 documents, including an informative annotated bibliography of the sources for texts of and information on these secret treaties, an essay on where to begin one’s research on pre-1648 treaties to educate the in-depth treaty researcher, and an index by country for those researching secret treaties of specific countries.

Civil Liberties in Wartime

Legislative Histories of the Espionage Act of 1917 and the Sedition Act of 1918

Hein is pleased to bring researchers, for the first time in one comprehensive collection, a compilation of the legislative histories of the Espionage Act of 1917 and the Sedition Act of 1918. Editor William H. Manz includes many hard-to-obtain documents related to the laws’ legislative histories, including the major bill versions, the complete congressional debate, reports and hearings.

American Interpretations of Natural Law

Published under the direction of the Department of Government at Harvard, this new reprint from Hein considers the evolution of natural law throughout the ages, from the time of James I in England, to modern-day municipal government in 1930s America. This exceptional work was “B” rated by AALS in the area of “Legal History.”

Permanent Establishment in the United States

A View Through Article V of the U.S.-Canada Tax Treaty

This new title from Vandeplas Publishing provides a fresh look at Permanent Establishment in the United States using the U.S.-Canada Treaty as a case study. It illustrates a methodology that can be applied to the study of other treaty concepts.

Harvard Negotiation Law Review

Hein is pleased to announce that we have recently obtained the multi-media rights to this law review. The Harvard Negotiation Law Review provides a forum in which scholars from many disciplines can discuss negotiation as it relates to law and legal institutions. This review is aimed specifically at lawyers and legal scholars.

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