Louis Fisher

specialist in constitutional law, Law Library of Congress

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Specialist in constitutional law at the Law Library of Congress and author of In the Name of National Security: Unchecked Presidential Power and the Reynolds Case

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The dispute over sending more troops to Iraq is becoming, in part, an argument over the Constitutional separation of powers during wartime.

Who Really Is "The Decider?"

The dispute over sending more troops to Iraq is becoming, in part, an argument over the Constitutional separation of powers during wartime.

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