POSC – Lecture 9

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POSC – Lecture 9 Boumediene V. Bush (2008) – On Blackboard Per Curiam   combination of the entire court opinion. Not generally one person,  everyone contributes to the opinion. US v Progressive, Inc. Executive did have adequate concern for national security for the injunction.  Signing statements are a means by the executive can interpret a way a statuette  can be implemented.  Explain to the public its significance and its impact It can direct subordinate people on how to interpret and implement the law.  Can inform congress on the presidents position of the law.  Signing statements are really just presidential power plays (they are an executive  creations, not stated in the constitution) they are very common now.  Today we are going to talk about TREATIES Article 2, section 2.  Founding fathers were very specific of presidential powers regarding treaties. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2008 for the course POSC 340 taught by Professor Auerbach during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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