Mariah zeisbergs war powers the politics of constitutional authority 2013 offers the reader an innovative approach to democratic theory using the constitutions war powers as her concrete example. Armed interventions in libya haiti iraq vietnam and korea challenged the us president and congress with a core question of constitutional interpretation does the president or congress have constitutional authority to take the country to war. Zeisberg presents highly nuanced arguments in favor of adopting an alternative to currently standard conceptions of war powers that seek unequivocal answers to whether congress or the president has the authority to go to war under the constitution. War powers the politics of constitutional authority by mariah zeisberg is an expansive historical and contemporary evaluation of the war powers debate armed intervention blurs the lines of which branch the president or congress has the constitutional authority to take the nation to war. Extra resources for war powers the politics of constitutional authority example text but if one group becomes active other groups will not want to stay on the sidelines while the first group picks the policy dictator
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