"It seems something of a paradox that our first and only complete collection of Supreme Court prize decisions should be published at last under the auspices of an endowment for international peace... And it has been the admirable purpose of the Carnegie Endowment to promote peace by rendering more available all authoritative sources of information about international affairs.
"There is more in common, indeed, between peace and prize cases than a mere matter of contact with international affairs. The development of international law, both as a general system and as a part of municipal law, has been developed by prize law..."
Dickinson, Edwin D. Review of Prize Cases Decided in the United States Supreme Court, 1789-1918, by J. B. Scott, editor. Ill. L. Rev. 19 (1924): 108–9.