Missouri v. Holland marks one of the great rivalries of foreign affairs law, with Missouri and the federal government squaring off over states' rights limitations on the federal government's treaty-making power.' But the rivalry did not end with that case. Recently, Missouri and the federal government opened a new chapter in their feud over state and federal powers in foreign affairs. This time, however, the constitutional challenge involved an international agreement made by Missouri, not the federal government
Duncan B. Hollis,
Elusive Foreign Compact, The,
73 Mo. L. Rev.
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