Warren Christopher

former Secretary of State

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Former Secretary of State and and co-chair, with former Secretary of State James Baker, of the National War Powers Commission; attorney based in Los Angeles, California


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The Constitution gives the Congress the power to declare war and names the President as the Commander in Chief.

National War Powers Commission Report

The Constitution gives the Congress the power to declare war and names the President as the Commander in Chief.

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