Lawyers of the Pacific Coast and all lawyers dealing with international law will be interested in President Truman's proclamation of September 28th, wherein he sets forth a constructive policy for the control and conservation of the coastal fisheries of this and other nations. Thus is brought to consummation a campaign originating on this coast some ten years ago to demand that our government review the subject of ocean fisheries and adopt an affirmative policy consistent with existing facts and a rational interpretation of international law.
Edward W. Allen,
Legal Limits of Coastal Fishery Protection,
21 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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