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.

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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.

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