In the United States the treaty-making power is vested in our President and the Senate. Many persons fear this power; they feel that it is so great that it could be used as an instrument to destroy our American democracy. They fear that by treaty the Constitution of the United States may be repealed and replaced by political concepts that are multifarious to our basic freedoms. Because of the structure of our government I feel that these fears are not well substantiated.
Note, The Treaty-Making Power Is Not a Peril, 3 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 74 (1954)