Presidential War Powers In A Neverending "war."
Ilsa Journal Of International & Comparative Law
Politics and Government
The article explores the nature of a formally declared war and will argue that the difference between war and not war is the degree to which the executive branch is given power by the U.S. Congress to manipulate the domestic arena with acts of a legislative nature as a means of prosecuting a conflict. It concludes that in an undefined war, ardent caution should be exercised when handing the legislative reins to the executive branch in pursuit of victory.
Weinberger, Seth. 2006. "Presidential War Powers in a Neverending "War."." Ilsa Journal Of International & Comparative Law 13(1): 221-219.
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