Global Security and Legal Restraint: Reconsidering War Powers after September 11
KARL K. SCHONBERG looks at the congressional authorizations of force since September 11, which he claims are best understood as the latest manifestations of a sixty-year pattern of growth in the president’s power to make war. He argues for a return to the intent of the Framers of the Constitution in the exercise of war powers.
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