This anthology provides an introduction to the traditions, themes, and main arguments in the conflicts literature. A Conflict-of-Laws Anthology is systematic, comprehensive, and up-to-date. Over seventy selections present the work of leading conflicts scholars from Story and Beale to those writing today. The selections are carefully edited, systematically arranged by chapter and topic, and accompanied by Professor Shreve's meticulous commentary. The book also features numerous aids, including an extensive bibliography, an informative index, and a table of cases that will enable students to tie readings to conflicts course work.