Presidential Reorganization Authority: Is It Worth the Cost?
Louis Fisher and Ronald C. Moe review the federal government experience with the executive reorganization plan process. They conclude that the drawbacks of the process are so serious that the executive and legislative branches would both benefit by not renewing the authority, which expired in April 1981.
The Discretionary President: The Promise and Peril of Executive Power, Benjamin Kleinerman Reviewed by Louis Fisher
A Culture of Deference: Congress, the President, and the Course of the U.S.-Led Invasion and Occupation of Iraq, F. Ugboaja Ohaegbulam Reviewed by Louis Fisher
The State Secrets Privilege: Relying on Reynolds, Louis Fisher
Executive Orders and the Modern Presidency: Legislating from the Oval Office, Adam L. Warber Reviewed by Louis Fishermore by this author
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