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Lowenfeld, 'Sauce for the Gander'; The Arab Boycott and United States Political Trade Controls, 12 Tex. Int'l L. J. 25 (1977). (The article is a slightly revised version of a paper delivered by Professor Lowenfeld of New York University Law School at the Conference on Transnational Economic Boycotts and Coercion held at the University of Texas School of Law in February, 1976. Professor Lowenfeld presents an insightful comparative look at the practices of the Arab League and the United States dilemma in developing a consistent antiboycott response in view of long-standing United States trade restraints directed against a number of communist countries which have included extra territorial and secondary boycott applications and many of the same devices used by the Arab League such as questionnaires, certificates and blacklists.)
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Williams, U.S. Regulation of Arab Boycott Practices, 10 L. & Pol'y in Int'l Bus. 815 (1978).