Through the summer of 1787, a group of dedicated and far-sighted men labored to produce a document which has become the most enduring constitution of the modern world. This year we mark the two-hundredth anniversary of our Constitution and of the Congress which it created.
In recognition of the bicentennial of Congress and the Constitution, the Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law has assembled a collection of essays which describe the important role which both Congress and the Constitution have played in shaping international law and foreign policy. This special supplement to Volume 16 of the Georgia Journal is, therefore, dedicated to the men and women who, through their efforts in serving the United States over the past two centuries, have helped to mold not only the ideals of the nation, but also those of the world.
Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law,
Dedication of Special Supplemental Issue in Recognition of the Bicentennial of Congress and the Constitution,
Ga. J. Int’l & Comp. L.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.uga.edu/gjicl/vol16/iss4/2