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How a Letter of a Country Lawyer Became International Law

By Deming, William Chapin

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Title: How a Letter of a Country Lawyer Became International Law  
Author: Deming, William Chapin
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Language: English
Subject: Cuban Question -- 1895-1898., Hutchins, Francis Edwin, 1826-1913., Intervention.
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1923
Publisher: Cheyenne, Wyoming labor journal

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Chapin, 1869, D. W. (1923). How a Letter of a Country Lawyer Became International Law. Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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