WAR POWER

WAR POWER

war power. The constitutional authority of Congress to declare war and maintain armed forces (U.S. Const. art. I, ¡ì 8, cls. 11¨C14), and of the President to conduct war as commander-in-chief (U.S. Const. art. II, ¡ì 2, cl. 1). [Cases: War and National Emergency

2. C.J.S. War and National Defense ¡ì 2.]


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