June 1938

International Law Faces Challenge

Volume 22, Issue 2

I WARMLY appreciate the honor of being invited as one of the speakers at this annual banquet. I should like to acknowledge on behalf of our Government the debt which all of us owe to the American Society of International Law. Founded thirty-two years ago, it has sought to serve not only our country but the entire civilized world by its efforts to clarity and to strengthen the law of nations. The builders of law are the builders of civilization.

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