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PSC2302.13_11.test2 - US v Curtiss-Wright Export Corp(1936...

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C H 5 5 : : C ONSTITUTIONAL G G OVERNMENT IN A S S YSTEM U U NDER NDER S S IEGE IEGE : T HE A MERICAN MERICAN P P RESIDENCY RESIDENCY 2008-02-28 A S EPARATED P OWERS 1 Enlightenment Writings on Separated Powers J. Harrington, John Locke, Montesquieu, Hobbes Gov. authority vs personal freedoms
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2 Separated Powers: Addressed in Philadelphia, Explained in The Federalist B P RESIDENTIAL P OWERS : T HEORY AND P RACTICE 1 Contrasting Theories of Executive Power a Constitutional or Whig Theory b Stewardship Theory c Perogative Theory 2 President as Chief Executive: Appointment and Removal Powers 3 Presidential Power to Pardon 4 President as Commander in Chief: Executive War Powers and National Emergencies 5 Inherent Powers in the Twentieth Century: US v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp
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Unformatted text preview: US v. Curtiss-Wright Export Corp (1936) 6 WWII and The Internment of Japanese-Americans 7 The Cold War and the Expansion of the “Presidential Prerogative” 8 The Korean War and the Steel Seizure Case: Limits on Presidential Power 9 The Vietnam War: Making of a Quagmire C A NOTHER “D AY THAT W ILL L IVE I N I NFAMY ”: S EPT 11 TH AND THE W AR ON T ERRORISM D R ETURN OF AN I MPERIAL P RESIDENCY ? T HE W AR ON T ERRORISM AND THE B USH A DMINISTRATION 1 Regime Change in Irag: Making the Case for War 2 The Second Iraq War: “Shock and Becomes Another Quagmire 2008-02-28...
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