Congressional War Powers
Former Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) discussed his National Interest piece, “Congressional Abdication.” In the article he detailed… read more
Former Senator Jim Webb (D-VA) discussed his National Interest piece, “Congressional Abdication.” In the article he detailed the constitutional authority of Congress in declaring war, and the deterioration of that power since the start of the Cold War. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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