Hyman Collection – File Box 14 – War Powers

HYMAN COLLECTION

FILE BOX #14 WAR POWERS Card 1Grundstein, Nathan D. “Presidential Sub delegation of Administrative Authority in Wartime, part I.” George Washington Law Review 15.3 (April 1947): 247-83.

Grundstein, Nathan D. “Presidential Sub delegation of Administrative Authority in Wartime, part II.” George Washington Law Review 16.3 (April 1948): 301-41.

Relyea, Harold. A Brief History of Emergency Powers in the United States (GPO, 1974), pp. 1-126.

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Cox, Henry B. War, Foreign Affairs, and Constitutional Power: 1829-1901 (Ballinger, 1976-1984). NT: introduction only.

Emerson, J. Terry. “War Powers Legislation.” Virginia Law Review 74 (1971): 88-119. NT: chronological list of 192 U.S. military hostilities abroad without a declaration of war.

Hyman, Harold M. “Whose War Is It, Anyway?” The Philadelphia Inquirer, 29 Sept. 1987, p. 29CT.

Intensity of War-Power Practice (chart)

LaFeber, Walter. “The Creation of the Republican King.” Constitution 3.3 (Fall 1991): 43-53.

Lewis, Anthony. “Bush Alone Committed Nation to War.” Houston Chronicle, 14 January 1992, p. 13A.

Millett, Stephen M. “The Ghost of Cromwell: Republican Revolution Without Military Dictatorship: the American Constitutional Experience, 1775-1800.” University of Dayton Review 12.3 (Summer 1976): 3-19.

Moore, John Norton. “The Justiciability of Challenges to the Use of Military Forces Abroad.” Journal of International Law 10.1 (1969): 85-113.

O’Connor, Raymond. “Foreward.” In The Modern President as Wartime Commander in Chief. Ed. Joseph G. Dawson.

Smith, Carlton B. “The American Search for a ‘Harmless Army.’” Essays in History 10 (1964-65): 29-43.

Urofsky, Melvin. “The Power to Make War” (three-page excerpt).

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Rose-Ackerman, Susan. “Defending the State: a Skeptical Look at ‘Regulatory Reform’ in the Eighties.” University of Colorado Law Review 61 (1990): 517-35.

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Bibliography on War and Emergency Powers (12pp.)

“The Law of War: Precedents from the American Revolution.” Typescript (20pp.)

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Belman, Murray J. “The Power of the President to Use Military Force Abroad.” Virginia Journal of International Law 10.1 (1969): 37-42. (includes Commentary)

“Congress, the President, and the Power to Commit Forces to Combat.” Harvard Law Review 81 (1968): 1771-1805.

Dillard, Hardy Cross. “Introduction: Symposium–The Constitution and the Use of Military Force Abroad.” Virginia Journal of International Law 10.1 (1969): 32-36.

Emerson, J. Terry. “The War Powers Resolution Tested: the President’s Independent Defense Power.” Notre Dame Lawyer 51 (1975): 187-216.

Velvel, Lawrence R. “Selected Constitutional Issues Arising from Undeclared Wars.” In Law and Civil War in the Modern World, ed. John N. Moore (JHU Press, 1974): 190-214.

Wright, Quincy. “The Power of the Executive to Use Military Forces Abroad.” Virginia Journal of International Law 10.1 (1969): 43-57. (includes Commentary)

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Benton, William A. “Pennsylvania Revolutionary Officers and the Federal Constitution.” Pennsylvania History 31 (Oct. 1964): 419-435.

Coolidge, F. L., and Sharrow, J.D. “The War-Making Powers: the Intentions of the Framers in the Light of Parliamentary History.” Boston University Law Review 50 (1970): 5-18.

Javits, Jacob and Wheeler, Winslow. “Review of The War Powers of the President and Congress.” New York University Law Review 57 (Oct. 1982): 848-65.

Miscellaneous quotations on war powers (eight pieces).

Miscellaneous quotations on war powers, U.S. Revolutionary Era (fifty-three pieces).

Monaghan, Henry P. “Presidential War-Making.” Boston University Law Review 50 (1970): 19-33.

Ratner, Leonard G. “The Coordinated War making Power: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Roles.” California Law Review 44 (1971): 461-89.

Rehnquist, William H. “The Constitutional Issues: Administration Position.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 628-47.

Rogers, William D. “United States Intervention: Doctrine and Practice.” Stanford Journal of International Studies 3 (June 1968): 99-134.

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“Sampler of Executive Statements Supporting Congressional Control”

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Kimball, Jeffrey. “Historiography and the Causes of American Twentieth-Century Wars: the Influence of Ideology on Interpretive Disagreement.” (OAH 1983)

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Notes on the concept of emergency powers (two pieces).

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USC 1601, Ch. 34: National Emergencies.

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Malawer, Stuart S. “The Vietnam War Under the Constitution: Legal Issues Involved in the United States Military Involvement in Vietnam.” (book chapter)

McKay, Robert B. “The Constitutional Issues–Opposition Position.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 640-7.

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Henkin, Louis. “Constitutional Issues in Foreign Policy.” Journal of International Affairs 23 (1969): 210-24.

Kurland, Philip B. “The Impotence of Reticence.” Duke Law Journal 1968.4 (August): 619-36.

Lobel, William N. “The Legality of the United States’ Involvement in Vietnam: a Pragmatic Approach.” Michigan Law Review 23 (1969): 792-814.

McGovern, George. “Indochina: the Constitutional Crisis.” Congressional Record–Senate, 13 May 1970, 15409-16; 21 May 1970, 16478-81.

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Alford, Neill H. “The Legality of American Military Involvement in Viet Nam: a Broader Perspective.” Yale Law Journal 75 (1966): 1109-21.

Buchan, Alastair. “Questions About Viet Nam.” Encounter 30 (Jan.-June 1968): 3-11.

Bundy, William P. “The Path to Viet-Nam: a Lesson in Involvement.” U.S. Dept. of State Bulletin, 4 Sept. 1967): 275-87.

Deutsch, Eberhard P. “Legality of the War in Vietnam.” Washburn Law Journal 7 (1968): 153-187.

Dillard, Hardy C. “Law and Conflict: Some Current Dilemmas.” Washington and Lee Law Review 24.2 (Fall 1967): 177-204.

Falk, Richard A. “The Cambodian Operation and International Law.” American Journal of International Law 65 (1971): 1-25.

Friedmann, Wolfgang. “Law and Politics in the Vietnamese War: a Comment.” American Journal of International Law 61 (July 1967): 776-85.

Lacouture, Jean. “From the Vietnam War to an Indochina War.” Foreign Affairs 48.2 (April-July 1970): 617-28.

Landsberg, Brian K. “The United States in Vietnam: a Case Study in the Law of Intervention.” California Law Review 50 (1962): 515-31.

Margolis, Emanuel. “Escalating the Viet Nam Debate: a Reply to Professor Moore.” Connecticut Bar Journal 42 (1968): 23-54.

Office of the Legal Advisor, US Dept. of State. “The Legality of United States Participation in the Defense of Viet Nam.” Yale Law Journal 75.2 (June 1966): 1084-1108.

Partan, Daniel G. “Legal Aspects of the Vietnam Conflict.” Boston University Law Review (n.d.): 281-316

Rogers, William D. “The Constitutionality of the Cambodian Incursion.” American Journal of International Law 65 (1971): 26-37.

Schick, F.B. “Some Reflections on the Legal Controversies Concerning America’s Involvement in Vietnam.” Cornell Law Quarterly 17 (Oct. 1968): 953-95.

Shull, Lewis F. “Counterinsurgency and the Geneva Conventions: Some Practical Considerations.” International Lawyer 3 (1968): 49-57.

Standard, William L. “United States Intervention in Vietnam Is Not Legal.” American Bar Association Journal 52.6 (June 1966): 627-34.

Theoharis, Athan. “Introduction.” In his Spying on Americans (Temple UP, 1978).

“The War in Southeast Asia: a Legal Position Paper.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 695-726.

Velvel, Lawrence R. “The War in Viet Nam: Unconstitutional, Justiciable, and Jurisdictionally Attackable.” Kansas Law Review 16 (1968): 449-503(e).

White, Ralph K. “Misperception of Aggression in Vietnam.” Journal of International Affairs 21 (1967): 123-40.

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Falk, Richard A. “Foreward.” In Undeclared War and Civil Disobedience, ed. Lawrence R. Velvel (UP of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1970).

Finman, Ted and Stewart Macaulay. “Freedom to Dissent: the Vietnam Protests and the Words of Public Officials.” Wisconsin Law Review 1966 (Summer): 632-723.

Lynd, Staughton. “Civil Disobedience in Wartime.” Maine Law Review (n.d.): 49-54.

McGovern, George. “Introduction.” In Unquestioning Obedience to the President, ed. Leon Friedman and Burt Neuborne (Norton, 1972).

Sax, Joseph L. “Conscience and Anarchy: the Prosecution of War Resisters.” Yale Review 57.4 (June 1968): 481-94.

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Falk, Richard A. “Nuremberg: Past, Present, and Future.” Yale Law Journal 80.7 (June 1971): 1501-28.

Falk, Richard A. “Son My: War Crimes and Individual Responsibility.” Toledo Law Review 1971 (Fall-Winter): 21-41.

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Ehrlich, Thomas. “The Measuring Line of Occasion.” Stanford Journal of International Studies (n.d.): 27-37.

Farer, Tom J. “Harnessing Rogue Elephants: a Short Discourse on Foreign Intervention in Civil Strife.” Harvard Law Review 82.3 (Jan. 1969): 511-41.

Farer, Tom J. “Intervention in Civil Wars: a Modest Proposal.” Columbia Law Review 67 (1967): 266-79.

Morgenthau, Hans J. “To Intervene or Not to Intervene.” Foreign Affairs 45 (1967): 425-36.

Reveley III, W. Taylor. “Constitutional Aspects of United States Participation in Foreign Internal Conflicts. In Law and Civil War in the Modern World, ed. John N. Moore (JHU Press, 1974): 152-189.

Schwartz, Warren F. and Wayne McCormack. “The Justiciability of Legal Objections to the American Military Effort in Vietnam.” Texas Law Review 46 (1968): 1033-53.

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Bratzel, John F. and Leslie B. Rout. “Pearl Harbor, Microdots, and J. Edgar Hoover.” American Historical Review 87 (Dec. 1982): 1342-1351. Responses by Roger S. Young and John Toland (Oct. 1983).

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Pusey, Merlo. “Constitutional Roots.” In his The Way We Go To War (Houghton Mifflin, 1969).

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Angst, Gerald L. “1973 War Powers Legislation: Congress Re-Asserts Its War making Power.” Loyola University Law Journal 5 (1974): 83-104.

Commager, Henry Steele. “Does the President Have Too Much Power?” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 63-6.

Commager, Henry Steele. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 7-27.

Commager, Henry Steele. “Committee Cross-Examination.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 30-46.

Cooper, John Sherman and J. William Fulbright. “Report on War Powers Bill (S. 2956).” U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 2 Sess. 1972) (Report No. 92-606): 1-12, 21-3.

Eagleton, Thomas F. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 193-250.

Emerson, J. Terry. “War Powers Legislation.” William and Mary Law Review 74 (1971): 53-88.

Fulbright, J. William. “American Foreign Policy in the 20th Century Under an 18th-Century Constitution.” Cornell Law Quarterly 47.1 (Fall 1961): 46-53.

Javits, Jacob. “Constitutionality of the Javits Proposal.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 399-409.

Javits, Jacob. “Insertions for the Record.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 129-153.

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 299-310.

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. “Statement of Hon. Nicholas deB. Katzenbach, Under Secretary of State, in Opposition to the National Commitments Resolution.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 1-7.

Kelly, Alfred H. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 85-92.

Lawyers Committee on American Policy Toward Vietnam on War Powers Legislation. “Memorandum.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 855-62.

Moore, John Norton. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 460-82.

Morris, Richard B. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 75-85.

Morris, Richard B. “Committee Cross-Examination.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 93-7.

Ratner, Leonard G. “The Coordinated War making Power: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Roles.” Stanford Law Review 44 (1971): 461-89.

Rehnquist, William H. “The Constitutional Issues: Administration Position.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 628-78.

Rehnquist, William H. “The President and Cambodia: His Constitutional Authority.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 827-54.

Rehnquist, William H. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 210-16.

Reveley III, W. Taylor. “Presidential War-Making: Constitutional Prerogative or Usurpation?” Virginia Law Review 55 (1969): 1243-1305.

Rogers, William D. “The Constitutionality of the Cambodian Incursion.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 497-504.

Rogers, William P. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 483-547.

Rostow, Eugene V. “Great Cases Make Bad Law: the War Powers Act.” Texas Law Review 50.5 (May 1972): 833-900.

Schlesinger, Arthur. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 170-75.

Spong, William B. “The War Powers Resolution Revisited: Historic Accomplishment or Surrender?” William and Mary Law Review 16 (1975): 823-82.

Stevenson, John R. “Statement.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 545-49.

Stevenson, John R. “Committee Cross-Examination.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 228-36.

U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. “Foreign Relations Committee Comments on the National Commitments Resolution.” Report of the Foreign Relations Committee on S. Res. 85, Apr. 16, 1969: 7-34.

“The War in Southeast Asia: a Legal Position Paper.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 695-726.

Zeidenstein, Harvey G. “The Vietnam War and the Reassertion of Congressional Power.” In The President’s War Powers, ed. Demetrios Caraley (APS, 1984).

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“The War Powers Resolution, Enacted November 7, 1973.” William and Mary Law Review 16 (1975): 860-82.

“The War Powers Resolution.” 50 USC 33.

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LaFeber, Walter. “The Reagan Administration and Revolutions in Central America.” In The President’s War Powers, ed. Demetrios Caraley (APS, 1984).

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Boyer, Paul. “From Activism to Apathy: the American People and Nuclear Weapons, 1963-1980.” Journal of American History 70 (1984): 821-44.

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Herring, George C. and Richard H. Immerman. “Eisenhower, Dulles, and Dienbienphu: ‘The Day We Didn’t Go To War’ Revisited.” Journal of American History 71.2 (Sept. 1984): 343-63.

Stambler, Kirk J. “Vietnam, the Constitution and the Bombing of Cambodia.” (typescript)

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Myrow, Stephen A. “Waging War on the Advice of Counsel: the Role of Operational Law in the Gulf War.” U.S. Air Force Academy Journal 7 (1996-7): 131-57.

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Nussbaum, Arthur. “Just War: a Legal Concept?” Michigan Law Review 42 (1943): 453-79.

Von Elbe, Joachim. “The Evolution of the Concept of the Just War in International Law.” American Journal of International Law 33 (1939): 665-88.

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Notes on international law and war in the 19th Century (one piece)

Paret, Peter. “Colonial Experience and European Military Reform at the End of the Eighteenth Century.” Institute of Historical Research Bulletin 37 (May 1964): 49-57.

Patterson, Stephen E. Review of J.P. Reid’s In Defiance of the Law.

Wright, John W. “Sieges and Customs of War at the Opening of the Eighteenth Century.” American Historical Review 39.4 (July 1934): 629-44.

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Gottlieb, Gidon. “Jurisprudence: Vietnam and Civil Disobedience.” Annual Survey of American Law (1967): 699-716.

Lofgren, Charles A. “War-Making Under the Constitution: the Original Understanding.” Yale Law Journal 81 (1972): 672-702.

Spong, William B. “Can Balance Be Restored in the Constitutional War Powers of the President and Congress?” University of Richmond Law Review 6.1 (Fall 1971): 1-47.

Stuart, Reginald C. “War Powers of the Constitution in Historical Perspective.” Parameters (Journal of the U.S. Army War College) 10.4 (Dec. 1980): 65-71.

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Miscellaneous notes on the concept and use of war powers during the U.S. Colonial and post-Revolutionary period (twenty-two pieces).

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Wilson, Gary E. “American Hostages in Moslem Nations, 1784-1796: the Public Response.” Journal of the Early Republic 2 (Summer 1982): 123-41.

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Ambrose, Stephen E. “A Theorist Fights: Emory Upton in the Civil War.” Civil War History 9 (Dec. 1963): 341-64.

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Johnson, Richard R. “The Search for a Usable Indian: an Aspect of the Defense of Colonial New England.” Journal of American History 64 (Dec. 1977): 623-51.

Morison, Elting E. “A Case Study of Innovation.” Engineering and Science Magazine (Apr. 1950): 1-10.

Notes on military and martial law, U.S. Revolutionary period (two pieces).

Shy, John W. “A New Look at Colonial Militia.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 20.2 (Apr. 1963): 175-85.

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Miscellaneous notes on sedition and loyal, U.S. Revolutionary period (eleven pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on British troops during U.S. Revolutionary period (two pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes on court martial and punishment during U.S. Revolutionary period (forty-two pieces).

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Hamilton, Alexander. “Pacificus No. 1 (29 June 1793).” In Papers of Alexander Hamilton, ed. Harold Syrett (Columbia UP, 1961-87).

Madison, James. “Helvidius No. 1 (1793).” In The Writings of James Madison, ed. Gaillard Hunt (Putnam’s, 1900-1910).

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Madison, James. “Letter to Thomas Jefferson, 2 April 1798.” In The Writings of James Madison, ed. Gaillard Hunt (Putnam’s, 1900-1910).

“Record of Debate in House of Representatives, 1798, Concerning ‘Relations with France,’ 27 March 1798.”

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Levy, Leonard W. “Liberty and the First Amendment: 1790-1800.” American Historical Review 68 (Oct. 1962): 22-37.

Miscellaneous notes on Alien & Sedition Acts (four pieces).

Smith, James Morton. “The Enforcement of the Alien Friends Act of 1798.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41 (June 1954): 85-104.

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Note on oaths, 1779 (one piece).

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Notes on Circuit Courts, 1792-97 (two pieces).

Note on Chase impeachment, 28 January 1805 (one piece).

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Note on John Marshall and the party system (one piece).

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Notes on the U.S. military, pre-Civil War period (sixteen pieces).

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Neely, Mark E. “Lincoln and the Mexican War: an Argument by Analogy.” Civil War History 24 (March 1978): 5-24.

Notes on war powers during the Mexican War (six pieces).

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Lofgren, Charles A. “Force and Diplomacy, 1846-1848: the View from Washington.” Military Affairs 31 (Summer 1967): 57-64.

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Sherman, Edward F. “Legal, Egalitarian, and Humanitarian Influences on American Military Justice from the Revolutionary War to the Mexican War.” (typescript, 1977).

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Langley, Lester D. “The Democratic Tradition and Military Reform, 1878-1885.” Southwestern Social Science Quarterly (Sept. 1967): 192-200.

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Note on military power during Spanish-American War period (one piece).

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Note on relationship of war powers and lynch law (one piece).

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Notes on law schools and legal education in the U.S. (one piece).

Chapters II and III. In Powers of the President During Crises, eds. J.M. Smith and C.P. Cotter (Public Affairs Press, 1960).

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Faulkner, Stanley. “The War in Vietnam: Is It Constitutional?” Georgetown Law Journal 56 (1968): 1132-43.

Henkin, Louis. “Viet-Nam in the Courts of the United States: ‘Political Questions’.” American Journal of International Law 63.2 (1969): 284-9.

Laswell, Harold D. “What the Courts Can Do.” In his National Security and Individual Freedom (McGraw-Hill, 1950).

MacInver, Kenneth F., Beverly M. Wolff, and Leonard B. Locke. “The Supreme Court as Arbitrator in the Conflict Between Presidential and Congressional War-Making Powers.” Boston University Law Review 50 (1970): 78-116.

Schwartz, Warren F. and Wayne McCormack. “The Justiciability of Legal Objections to the American Military Effort in Vietnam.” Texas Law Review 46 (1968): 1033-53.

Tigar, Michael E. “Judicial Power, the ‘Political Question Doctrine,’ and Foreign Relations.” UCLA Law Review 17 (1970): 1135-79.

United States v. Oregon, 366 US 643.

Woodward, Bob and Scott Armstrong. Excerpt from The Brethren (S&S, 1979).

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“Major U.S. Armed Actions Overseas, With Relevant Congressional Action, 1789-1970″ (detailed timeline).

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Shetreet, Shimon. “The Gray Area of War: War Powers in Israel.” (typescript)

Shetreet, Shimon. “Personal Liberty and National Security: the Israeli Emergency Detention Law.” (typescript)

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Arnold, Thurman. “The Growth of Awareness: Our Nation’s Law and Law Among Nations.” International Lawyer 1.4 (n.d.): 534-47.

Berger, Raoul. “The Presidential Monopoly of Foreign Relations.” Michigan Law Review 71 (1972): 1-58.

Cohen, David M. “International Illegality as a Basis for Refusal to Participate in Hostilities: a Tentative Proposal and a Preliminary Analysis of American Law.” William and Mary Law Review 9 (1968): 682-715.

Falk, Richard A. “International Law and the United States Role in the Viet Nam War.” Yale Law Journal 75 (June 1966): 1122-1160.

Falk, Richard A. “International Law and the United States Role in the Viet Nam War: a Response to Professor Moore.” Yale Law Journal 76.6 (May 1967): 1095-1158.

Falk, Richard A. “New Approaches to the Study of International Law.” American Journal of International Law 61 (1967): 477-95.

Firmage, Edwin Brown. “International Law and the Response of the United States to ‘Internal War’.” Utah Law Review (Dec. 1967): 517-46.

Firmage, Edwin Brown. Review of Falk’s Vietnam War and International Law, Volume II. Utah Law Review (Jan. 1970): 171-80.

Friedmann, Wolfgang. “Intervention, Civil War and the Role of International Law.” Proceedings, American Society of International Law (1965): 67-84.

Fulbright, J. William. “American Foreign Policy in the 20th Century Under an 18-Century Constitution.” Cornell Law Quarterly 47.1 (Fall 1961): 1-13.

Hannon, John S. “A Political Settlement for Vietnam: the 1954 Geneva Conference and Its Current Implications.” Virginia Journal of International Law 8 (1967): 4-93.

Henkin, Louis. Foreign Affairs and the Constitution (Foundation Press, 1972) (notes, one piece).

Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. “Congress and Foreign Policy.” Cornell International Law Journal 3.1 (1969): 33-43.

Landsberg, Brian K. “The United States in Vietnam: a Case Study in the Law of Intervention.” California Law Review 50 (1962): 515-31.

Levitan, David M. “The Foreign Relations Power: an Analysis of Mr. Justice Sutherland’s Theory.” Yale Law Journal 55.3 (April 1946): 467-97.

Mathews, Craig. “The Constitutional Power of the President to Conclude International Agreements.” Yale Law Journal 64 (1954-5): 345-89.

McDougal, Myres S. “Law and Power.” American Journal of International Law 46 (1952): 102-114.

Messing, John H. “American Actions in Vietnam: Justifiable in International Law?” Stanford Law Review 19 (1967): 1307-36.

Moore, John Norton. “International Law and the United States Role in Viet Nam: a Reply.” Yale Law Journal 76.6 (May 1967): 1051-94.

Moore, John Norton. “Thorough Study Needed of Division of War Powers.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971): 156.

Provorny, Frederick. “International Law and Military Operations Against Insurgents in Neutral Territory.” Columbia Law Review 68 (1968): 1127-48.

Robertson, David W. “The Debate Among American International Lawyers About the Vietnam War.” Texas Law Review 46 (1968): 898-913.

Rosenberg, Jason A., Phillip Weinberg, and William M. Pinzler. “Historical and Structural Limitations on Congressional Abilities to Make Foreign Policy.” Boston University Law Review 50 (1970): 52-77.

Rubin, Alfred P. “SEATO and American Legal Obligations Concerning Laos and Cambodia.” International and Comparative Law Quarterly 20.3 (July 1971): 500-18.

Spong, William B. “Organizing the Government to Conduct Foreign Policy: the Constitutional Questions.” Virginia Law Review 61.4 (May 1975): 747-806.

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“Appropriations Power as a Tool of Congressional Foreign Policy Making.” Boston University Law Review 50 (1974): 34-50.

Glennon, Michael J. “Strengthening the War Powers Resolution: the Case for Purse-Strings Restrictions.” Minnesota Law Review 60 (1975): 1-43.

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“Emergency Plans” (War Plans Division, War Department documents for dealing with potential domestic disturbances) (typescript).

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Corwin, Edward S. “The War Before the War.” In his Total War and the Constitution (Knopf, 1947).

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Harbaugh, William H. Review of Marcus’ Truman and the Steel Seizure Case. Yale Law Journal 87 (1972): 1272-83.

Note on Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer, 343 US 579.

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Ehlke, Richard. “An Analysis of Mitchell v. Laird, a Suit to Enjoin and Declare Unconstitutional the War in Vietnam.” Hearings before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations (92nd Cong., 1 Sess. 1971), 508-10.

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Eagleton, Thomas F. “Our Troops in Lebanon.” NYT, 17 November 1982: op-ed page.

Holzer, Erika and Henry M. Holzer, “Servitude Can Still No ‘Moral Hunger.’” NYT, 20 March 1983: 18D.

Javits, Jacob. “War Powers Resolution in Need of Congressional Backbone.” NYT, 29 November 1982: op-ed page.

Taubman, Philip. “The Coming Showdown on Central America.” NYT, 10 April 1983: 4D.

“Who Declares Secret Wars?” NYT, 10 April 1983: 20E.

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Moore, John Norton. “Bibliography.” In his Law and the Indo-China War (Princeton UP, 1972).

New York University School of Law Library. “Viet Nam Bibliography.” New York University Law Review 45 (1970): 749-59.

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Cox, Archibald. “The Role of Congress in Constitutional Determinations.” University of California Law Review 40.2 (Summer 1971): 199-261.

Rogers, William P. “Congress, the President, and the War Powers.” California Law Review 59 (1971): 1194-1214.

Rostow, Eugene V., Ralph K. Winter, and Robert H. Bork. “Letter.” Congressional Record–Senate 116 (4 June 1970): 18338-39.

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Ginnane, Robert W. “The Control of Federal Administration by Congressional Resolutions and Committees.” Harvard Law Review 66.4 (Feb. 1953): 569-611.

Rodino, Peter W. “Congressional Review of Executive Action.” Seton Hall Law Review 5 (1974): 489-525.

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Belknap, Michael R. “Vietnam and the Constitution: the War Power Under Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.” This Constitution (Congressional Quarterly, 1986): 12-19.

Carter, Stephen L. “The Constitutionality of the War Powers Resolution.” Virginia Law Review 70.1 (Feb. 1984): 101-34.

Kimball, Jeffrey. “The Influence of Ideology on Interpretive Disagreement: a Report on a Survey of Diplomatic, Military and Peace Historians on the Causes of 20th Century U.S. Wars.” The History Teacher 17.3 (May 1984): 355-84.

O’Connor, Raymond G. “War, Diplomacy, and the Historian.” Proceedings of the Citadel Conference on War and Diplomacy 1977 (Charleston, 1979).

Reveley III, W. Taylor. “Areas of Consensus and Difference.” In The Constitution and the Conduct of Foreign Policy, eds. Francis O. Wilson and Richard A. Frank (Praeger, 1976).

Schlesinger, Arthur. Speech at the Ralph Bunche Institute Dinner, Plaza Hotel, New York City, 6 December 1983 (typescript).

Wallace, Don. “The War-Making Powers: a Constitutional Flaw?” Cornell Law Review 57 (1972): 719-76.

Wormuth, Francis D. “The Nixon Theory of the War Power: a Critique.” California Law Review 60.3 (May 1972): 623-703.

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Clark, J. Reuben. “Table of Contents and Prefatory Note.” Emergency Legislation Passed Prior to December, 1917, Dealing with the Control and Taking of Private Property for the Public Use, Benefit, or Welfare (GPO, 1918).

Fennell, Margaret, comp. “Acts of Congress Applicable in Time of Emergency.” Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service Bulletin #35 (1945).

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Belknap, Michael R. “The New Deal and the Emergency Powers Doctrine.” Texas Law Review 62 (Aug. 1983): 67-109.

Josephs, N. Henry. “The Federal Constitution in Time of Emergency.” New York University Law Quarterly Review 11.4 (June 1934): 499-537.

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