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What War Powers Does the President Have? - Slate

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Sep 13, 2001 ... ... president shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. ... In 1973, an irate Congress passed the War Powers Act in response to ... That resolution authorized the president to "use armed forces ...

Conflicts Between the Commander in Chief and Congress ...

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the Constitution, including as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.” 6 ..... statutes. The reason that the question of Presidential power to act in disregard of.

Sempa | Presidential War Powers in Historical-Legal Context

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President George W. Bush's exercise of war powers since the attacks of ... The Constitution makes the President Commander in Chief of the armed forces and he is ... When the president acts in the international field, the Court explained, ...

The commander-in-chief's evolution - POLITICO

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Jan 23, 2010 ... Congress passes Toxic Substances Control Act, Sept. ..... Aides say President Obama privately repeated his salute until he got it down. ... Obama's evolution as commander-in-chief during his first year in office largely ... When Obama visits a military hospital, aides said, he sits quietly as mothers cry on his ...

Five leadership lessons on Syria and military power for Commander ...

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Aug 31, 2013 ... All these acts as president show Obama has not learned his lessons very ... his shortfalls as commander-in-chief even more glaringly apparent.

The President's Constitutional Authority to Conduct Military ...

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These powers give the President broad constitutional authority to use military .... Thus, the President may use his Commander-in-Chief and executive powers to .... of the President's independent authority to act in emergencies or states of war,  ...

Annotation 7 - Article II - FindLaw

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The purely military aspects of the Commander- in-Chiefship were those that were ... of President as Commander-in- Chief simply as ''the command of the forces and .... ''When the war is won, the powers under which I act automatically revert to  ...

The President - Boundless

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The president is commander-in-chief of the armed forces, but only Congress has authority to declare war and provide funding. The War Powers Act attempted to ...

Executive Power, the Commander in Chief, and the Militia Clause

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and as the commander in chief of the armed forces, is entitled on the ... that the President has independent authority to repel aggressive acts by third parties.

Lincoln as Commander in Chief | History | Smithsonian

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President Abraham Lincoln, with officers in 1862, rarely dictated battlefield tactics . ... Some professional military commanders tended to think of war as ...

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Why does US President have the Commander in Chief title when he ...

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May 4, 2016 ... There are already some good answers here, but there are a couple more points I' d ... But that act on Washington's part was actually purely symbolic. ... He or she is Commander in Chief of the armed forces because directing ...

Presidential Authority as Commander in Chief of the Air Force

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The President is Commander in Chief of all the armed forces of the United States —the Air Force as ... Establishment by the National Security Act of 1947, Pub.

Youngstown v. Sawyer - Digital History

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Nor is there any act of Congress to which our attention has been directed from ... of the President's military power as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.