... military combat that was authorized by Congress. ... did not think it was a
declaration of war.
Dec 8, 2015 ... Congress approved a resolution declaring war with Japan on that fateful ... Since
Vietnam, United States military actions have taken place as part of ... to a
declaration of war, does not trigger any of these standby authorities.” ...
Dec 12, 2009 ... The libertarians claim “only Congress can declare war,” and the President has ...
John Adams did the same thing in an undeclared war against France. ... During
the Vietnam War, it barred troops from engaging in operations in ...
Aug 31, 2013 ... Congress has formally declared war only 11 times in U.S. history, and ... In what
meaningful way does a state of war exist between the United ...
Dec 3, 2012 ... However, since the United States Congress never declared war against Vietnam,
it was actually a conflict. ... Why did the Vietnam War start?
Mar 26, 2013 ... Since the United States never officially declare war on North Vietnam, the start ...
Vietnam without ever having to obtain a formal declaration of war from Congress.
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Sep 1, 2013 ... "Congress shall have power to ... declare War" But Congress hasn't ... Although
the Brits did get to burn down the damn White House. .... times to authorize
limited military engagements including Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.
What an interesting question! It kept me thinking that why on Earth countries need
to declare ... From the Vietnam's side, they did not declare a war because they
didn't need it. Declaring or ... The United States Congress did authorize the use of
military force, fulfilling their requirements for the declaration of war. However,...
May 13, 2014 ... Because of a very complicated history the US has with war and the views of the ...
For the Vietnam War, Presient Johnson did get Congressional authorization;
however, the subsequent escalations were not subject to ...
The Korean War (Conflict, Police Action) wasn't a declared war either. We fought
under UN ... The second attack led to retaliatory airstrikes, prompting Congress to
approve the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and on 7 August 1964 it was signed by ...