Terrorism: Documents of International and Local Control, Volume 90
Oceana Publications, 2008 - Executive power - 639 pages
"Volume 90 provides readers with a detailed and insightful exposition of the law of presidential war powers. The recent expansion of those powers by the Bush Administration has created uncertainty as to where the legal limits for Executive Branch military and surveillance activity currently lie. In this volume, Professor Doug Lovelace identifies those limits through both his presentation of relevant documents and his expert commentary of the meaning behind those documents." -- Publisher's website.
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