To Chain the Dog of War: The War Power of Congress in History and Law
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THE PRESIDENCY IN ITS HISTORICAL SETTING
THE WAR CLAUSE
ACTS OF WAR
DECLARATIONS OF WAR AND WARS DE FACTO
PRESIDENTIAL REFERENCES TO CONGRESS AND REFUSALS TO ACT
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE ARMED FORCES
THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF CLAUSE
INDIAN WARS AND BORDER CROSSINGS
RATIFICATION AND DELEGATION BY APPROPRIATION
THE DOCTRINE OF POLITICAL QUESTIONS
THE WAR POWER IN THE NUCLEAR AGE
THE PRESIDENCY AS AN IDEAL TYPE
LAW AND THE CONTROL OF VIOLENCE
VIEWS OF LEADING AUTHORITIES ON THE POWER TO INITIATE WAR
STATUTES DIRECTING THE PRESIDENT
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