Total War and the Constitution

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Total War and the Constitution

By Edward S. Corwin
Knopf, 1947
182 pp. $2.50

In these five lectures on the constitutional implications of our wartime experience, a noted authority shows how the power of the President has grown at the expense of the other branches of government.

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