Washington Law Review
Professor Riasanovsky's article carries us up to the year 1924. A new constitution for the Mongol People's Republic was adopted in 1940. It is an extraordinary document, and is reprinted herewith in order to complete the picture. By way of introduction the following additional facts are given.
Far Eastern Section,
Mongol Law—Later Developments,
23 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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