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Town Square: Congressional War Declarations

Congress may have the Constitutional power to declare war, but it's incapable. That's the contention of Matsunaga Institute for Peace Associate Professor, Brien Hallett. His series of papers challenge the belief of only  three  primary functions of government:legislative, executive, and judicial, and he says the basis for his conclusion is the congressional  incapacity "to declare war.


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