Zeisberg has read the war powers literature she has seen what that literature was missing the politics of constitutional authority and she set about to fill the gap as a normative portrait of how our constitutional politics is and how it should be her book hits all the nails sharply on their heads. 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 war powers argues that the constitution doesnt offer a single legal answer to that question. Joseph margulies political science quarterly we should judge constitutional conflicts mariah zeisberg argues by asking how they engage the distinctive strengths and capacities of the different branches of government this is a thoughtful and stimulating book it breaks new ground in war powers theory and constitutional theory. 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. 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
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