WAGING WAR: The Clash Between Presidents and Congress, 1776 to ISIS
From the earliest days of our nation, commanders in chief and Congress have competed over the constitutional power to declare and wage war. From the showdown between George Washington and the Continental Congress during the Revolutionary War to the controversy that swallowed the War on Terror, Barron highlights America's contentious history of checks and balances in the face of war. Photos.
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