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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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