Washington Law Review
Our Pacific Northwest has attained worldwide recognition from the fact that here a successful system was initiated by two independent nations for the conservation of a deep sea fishery. Now it appears probable that the threatened disruption of this system may in turn give birth to new conceptions of international law. Strictly legal phases of this situation are so interwoven with the economic and the diplomatic that a factual as well as a legal background is essential to their complete appreciation.
Edward W. Allen,
Control of Fisheries Beyond Three Miles,
14 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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