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Warren Christopher

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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.

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

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