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This appendix section of the book Progress in International Law is divided into two sections. The first section presents a speech given by Senator William E. Borah at the Inauguration of the William Edgar Borah Foundation for the Outlawry of War. The second section discusses Manley O. Hudson's article "Progress in International Organization". In the fall of 1931, Hudson delivered a remarkable series of lectures at the University of Idaho, a succinct survey of the state of the international order that he entitled "Progress in International Organization". Hudson was America's leading champion of progressive internationalism. He had come to the frontier college town of Moscow, Idaho, to inaugurate the "William Edgar Borah Foundation for the Outlawry of War". Hudson and Borah genuinely reveled in sincere intellectual give-and-take, of the kind that certainly occurred over those fall days in Idaho in 1931.

Keywords: International Law; Manley O. Hudson; Progress in International Organization; William Edgar Borah



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