Kozinski, Alex
September 2006
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy;Fall2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p137
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the executive power of a U.S. president in foreign affairs. It states that the so-called Executive Vesting Clause in the Article II of the Constitution has been the subject of debate since the Constitution was approved. Also noted is that executive power plays a significant part during the War on Terror. According to Justice Robert Jackson, presidential powers are not fixed but descend, depending upon their disjunction or conjunction with those of Congress.


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