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Thomas O. Sargentich

The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (2 ed.)

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2005
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453 U.S. 654 (1981), argued 24 June 1981, decided 2 July 1981 by vote of 9 to

executive agreements

executive agreements  

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Executive agreements enable the US President to make international arrangements without senatorial participation, as is constitutionally required for treaties. Presidents may thus circumvent the ...
inherent powers

inherent powers  

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In the law of international organizations, and allied to the doctrine of implied powers, there is a view that international organizations have powers beyond those expressed in their constituent ...
Presidential Emergency Powers

Presidential Emergency Powers  

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Presidential emergency powers should be distinguished into two categories, even though the boundary between them is sometimes obscure: the power to act in a crisis based entirely on the president's ...
Wartime Seizure Power

Wartime Seizure Power  

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Involves the U.S. government's power to seize the property of enemy aliens and citizens during time of war. The authority of Congress to pass seizure statutes derives from Article I ...

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