To Chain the Dog of War
The War Power of Congress in History and Law
"An important book . . . that I wish every member of Congress and would-be president would carefully study."
-- George McGovern
"A timely and valuable study that makes a useful contribution to preserving the Constitution and our hopes for survival."
-- Journal of American History
"To Chain the Dog of War does an excellent job of putting together some very complex material, and it comes out at a most propitious time."
-- Arthur S. Miller, Professor of Law, George Washington University
"A most thorough study. . . . it would be useful is this book could be prescribed to our decision-makers as required reading."
-- Louis B. Sohn, University of Georgia, School of Law
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Letters across the Borders of Nazi Germany
Edited by Hedda Kalshoven
Civil War and Reunion in Middle America
Matthew E. Stanley
Turning Nazi Enemies into Cold War Partners
The U.S. Chemical Warfare Service in War and Peace
Thomas I. Faith
Fort Napier and the British Imperial Garrison
The Radio Propaganda War against East Germany
Nicholas J. Schlosser
A World War II Occupation
Italy's Occupation of France
How Japanese Americans Obtained Redress
Mitchell T. Maki, Harry H. L. Kitano, and S. Megan Berthold
Enduring the South African War