The passage of six years since the publication of A Survey of the Literature of Military Law--A Selective Bibliography' has not seen any slackening in popular and professional interest in military law noted in the original article. Indeed, the wide attention directed to the area of military law by the controversial decisions of the Supreme Court in the Toth and Covert cases has in a measure increased the flow of comment. Accordingly, the writer considered it in order to collect and publish the bibliographical information on the literature which has appeared in the interim, and in some measure to appraise it. The format of the present article will conform, so far as possible, to the arrangement of the material in the basic article, i.e., (1) Texts and Treatises, (2) Official Publications, (3) Unofficial Publications, and (4) Standard Legal Periodical Literature.
John E. Hartnett, Jr.,
Survey Extended -- The Literature of Military Law Since 1952,
12 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vlr/vol12/iss2/3