War Powers of the President and Congress

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War Powers of the President and Congress

By W. Taylor Reveley, III
University Press of Virginia, 1981
394 pp. $15.95

A solid constitutional history which finds that Presidents and Congresses have shaped the distribution of war powers by "their beliefs about what the Constitution requires" and not solely by "the play of power." The author, a lawyer, approves and urges even more respect for constitutional limits.

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