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William Consovoy Reviews The Powers of War and Peace by John Yoo

February 3, 2007

William Consovoy

The idea that the President holds the primary power to manage the foreign affairs of the United States, and retains a substantial degree of autonomy in exercising this constitutional authority, should be uncontroversial. However, recent judicial decisions and the tide of opinion over Bush Administration policies have drawn this principle into question. In The Powers of War and Peace....

William Consovoy Reviews "The Powers of War and Peace" by John Yoo  

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