Tenth Amendment Center | Reference Guide: The Constitution and War Powers

December 10, 2017 by · Leave a Comment 

With all the talk about the President’s speech on Afghanistan, it seems that most people are avoiding – or maybe just forgetting – the essential issue.  That is, the Constitution.In his latest article, Mike Maharrey makes the point that Congress has “completely abandoned its constitutional responsibility in matters of war and peace.” He’s right – and they’ve done this for decades.But this isn’t an issue the TAC just started covering this week.  We were founded in 2006, and have been publishing articles on the Constitution and war powers for a long time.  I thought you’d be interested in reading a few – I’ve highlighted some of the main ones below:

Source: Tenth Amendment Center | Reference Guide: The Constitution and War Powers

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