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Presidential power and the Constitution : [electronic resource] essays / by Edward S. Corwin ; edited with an introd. by Richard Loss.

By: Corwin, Edward Samuel, 1878-1963.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 1976Description: 185 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0801409829 :; 9780801409820.Subject(s): Executive power -- United States | Pouvoir exécutif -- États-Unis | Presidentieel systeem | Uitvoerende macht | Grondwetten | USA / Präsident | Verfassung <1787> | USAAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Presidential power and the Constitution.DDC classification: 353.03/2/0904 | 342/.73/062 Other classification: 86.51 | 88.11 | MG 70690 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
The basis of limited constitutional government: The natural law and constitutional law (1950) -- Wilson and "Precedents for presidential dictatorship": War, the constitution moulder (1917) -- Wilson and the Senate (1919) -- Woodrow Wilson and the presidency (1956) -- Roosevelt and constitutional revolution: Some probable repercussions of "Nira" and our constitutional system (1934) -- President and court: a crucial issue (1937) -- The president as administrative chief (1939) -- The war and the Constitution: president and Congress (1943) -- Truman and presidential prerogative: The steel seizure case: a judicial brick without straw (1953) -- The president's power (1951) -- After the constitutional revolution: The dissolving structure of our constitutional law (1945) -- Our constitutional revolution and how to round it out (1948).
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. The basis of limited constitutional government: The natural law and constitutional law (1950) -- 2. Wilson and "Precedents for presidential dictatorship": War, the constitution moulder (1917) -- Wilson and the Senate (1919) -- Woodrow Wilson and the presidency (1956) -- 3. Roosevelt and constitutional revolution: Some probable repercussions of "Nira" and our constitutional system (1934) -- President and court: a crucial issue (1937) -- The president as administrative chief (1939) -- The war and the Constitution: president and Congress (1943) -- 4. Truman and presidential prerogative: The steel seizure case: a judicial brick without straw (1953) -- The president's power (1951) -- 5. After the constitutional revolution: The dissolving structure of our constitutional law (1945) -- Our constitutional revolution and how to round it out (1948).

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