The power of making treaties is an important one, especially as it relates to war, peace, and commerce…




The power of making treaties is an important one, especially as it relates to war, peace, and commerce…

The power of making treaties is  an important one, especially as it relates to war, peace, and commerce… --John Jay

The power of making treaties is an important one, especially as it relates to war, peace, and commerce; and it should not be delegated but in such a mode, and with such precautions, as will afford the highest security that it will be exercised by men the best qualified for the purpose, and in the manner most conducive to the public good.

John Jay

Year: 1788
Context: FEDERALIST No. 64
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