A panel discussion was held on presidential power in foreign and security policy. Attorneys and constitutional experts gave an historical perspective on executive power in relation to Congress, particularly in the use of force.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Gilmore, James "Jim" S. III President and CEO Free Congress Research and Education Foundation
- Kalb, Marvin Professor Emeritus Harvard University->Kennedy (J.F.) School of Government
- Merry, Robert W. Editor National Interest Magazine
- Rivkin, David B. Jr. Attorney
- Scowcroft, Brent National Security Adviser (Former) White House
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