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The Constitutional Background
The Constitutional Framework
Democracy Judicial Review and the War Powers
The Scope of Congressional and Presidential
Creation of a National War Power
The Supreme Court as Midwife to Constitutional
The Judicial Response
Did Congress Support the War?
The Federal Courts and Constitutional Government
Table of Cases
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