Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 1966.
Softcover. Fine. 91 pp. As new. The objectives of this publication are "to offer a preliminary, and necessarily brief, examination of the changes in the age-old process of interaction [among nations] on the ocean that account for the emergence of novel problems in [legal] regulation; to seek to identify some of the new problems by speculating about the types of future claims and counterclaims that will differ from those encountered in previous experience; and to make a short, rather general, survey of broad outlines of the legal technicality inherited from the past that modern decision-makers might adopt as useful for resolving disputes in the future" (Introduction). Now that's a mouthful.