The Constitution and the conduct of American foreign policy

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University Press of Kansas, 1996 - Law - 396 pages
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The essays in this book splendidly analyze, illustrate, and document the leading issues in the relationship between foreign policy and the constitutional order. This book is intended to afford several prominent writers an opportunity to air their most current thinking on issues central to the constitutional and democratic debates that surround the conduct of American foreign policy.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Court Constitution and Foreign Affairs
19
Democratic Theory and the Conduct of American Foreign Policy
57
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About the author (1996)

Adler teaches political science at Idaho State University.

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