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1 Chapter 8: Congressional Prerogatives and the Making of Foreign Policy James M. McCormick American Foreign Policy and Process Fifth Edition
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2 Congressional Limitations on Presidential Foreign Policymaking in Four Areas Commitment-making War Powers Funding Oversight
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3 Seeking Restrictions on Commitment Making Bricker amendments in the 1950s Case-Zablocki Act of 1972 Other congressional attempts to control executive agreements Relative Success of these efforts
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4 Seeking to Recapture the War Powers Origins of the War Powers Resolution (WPR) Key provisions of the Resolution Conditions for using force Consultation requirement Reporting requirement Time limits on deployment “Congressional Veto” provision
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5 Presidential Compliance with the WPR: Some Critical Problems Number of reports Failure to comply fully under the operative section (Section 4[a][1] Failure to report some incidents Failure to consult
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6 Recent Experiences with the WPR
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AFPChapter8Powerpoints_(PPTminimizer) - Chapter 8:...

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