Emergency Presidential Powers
Chris Edelson talked about his book his new book, Emergency Presidential Power. In the book he examines how U.S. presidents have tested and… read more
Chris Edelson talked about his book his new book, Emergency Presidential Power. In the book he examines how U.S. presidents have tested and pushed the limits of their emergency powers, from the Federalist Papers to the post-September 11, 2001-era.
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