TITLE

TRB from Washington

PUB. DATE
April 1972
SOURCE
New Republic;4/29/72, Vol. 166 Issue 18, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the authority exercised by the executive of the United States over the U.S. Congress in the context of the U.S. offensive against Vietnam. Imposition of the decisions of the U.S. President Richard Nixon without paying any heed to the U.S. Congress; Attempts by the U.S. senators to face up to the issue; Tussle for power between the legislature and the executive; Initiation of a blame game; Lack of powers for the senators in dealing with personal encounters with the representatives of the U.S. administration.
ACCESSION #
10445781

 

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