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Seamen's Rights & Remedies Threatened by Congress
Seamen's Rights & Remedies Threatened by Congress

A recent piece in The New York Times , " Stowaways and Crimes Aboard a Scofflaw Ship ," provides an interesting view into the interplay between national laws and admiralty & maritime law. Despite historically and current well-documented abuse of foreign seamen working for ...

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