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War Powers: a Selected Bibliography

Books

Berdahl, Clarence A. War powers of the executive in the United States. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois, 1921. JK558 B48

Berry, Frederick S. The impact of the 1973 War Powers Resolution on the military. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 1989. JK560 B47 1989

Cheney, Dick, et al. War powers and the Constitution. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1983. JK339.W37 1984

Clark, Robert D., Andrew M. Egeland, Jr., and David B. Sanford. The War Powers Resolution: balance of war powers in the eighties. Washington, DC: National Defense University Pr., 1985. JK339 C42 1985

Collier, Ellen C. The War Powers Resolution: eighteen years of experience. [Washington, DC]: Congressional Research Service, 1992. KF5060 C64 1992

Congress and United States foreign policy: controlling the use of force in the nuclear age. Albany, NY: State University of New York Pr., 1987. KF5060 A75C66 1987

The Constitution and the conduct of foreign policy. New York: Praeger, 1976. KF4651 A5C6 1976

Corwin, Edward S. Total war and the Constitution. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Pr., 1970. JK560 C82

Digest of war and emergency legislation affecting the Department of Defense. Washington, DC: Office of the Judge Advocate General, 1991. KF5900 A93 1991

Eagleton, Thomas F. War and presidential power: a chronicle of congressional surrender. New York: Liveright, 1974. KF5060 E23 1974

Ely, John H. War and responsibility: constitutional lessons of Vietnam and its aftermath. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Pr., 1993. KF5060 E58 1993

First use of nuclear weapons: under the Constitution, who decides? New York, NY: Greenwood Pr., 1987. KF5060 A75F57 1987

Fisher, Louis. Presidential war power. Laurence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1995. KF5060 F57 1995

Friedman, Leon, and Burt Neuborne. Unquestioning obedience to the President: the ACLU case against the illegal war in Vietnam. New York: Norton, 1972. KF5060 F7 1972

Glennon, Michael J. Constitutional diplomacy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Pr., 1990. KF4651 G59 1990

Grundstein, Nathan D. Presidential delegation of authority in wartime. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1961. JK516 G88

Hassler, Warren W., Jr. The President as Commander-in-Chief. Menlo Park, CA: Addison-Wesley, 1971. JK558 H35

Holt, Pat M. The War Powers Resolution: the role of Congress in U.S. armed intervention. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1978. KF5060 A25 1978

Hoxie, Ralph G. Command decision and the Presidency: a study in national security policy and organization. New York : Reader's Digest, 1977. JK516 H75

Javits, Jacob K. Who makes war: the President versus Congress. New York: Morrow, 1973. E855 J41

Keller, Thomas R. The War Powers Resolution: an annotated bibliography. Washington, DC: The Pentagon, 1981. KF5060 K45 1981

Keynes, Edward. Undeclared war: twilight zone of constitutional power. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Pr., 1982. KF5060 K48 1982

Koenig, Louis W. The Presidency and the crisis: powers of the office from the invasion of Poland to Pearl Harbor. New York: King's Crown Pr., 1944. E806 K78 1944

Kronenwetter, Michael. The military power of the President. NY: Watts, 1988. JK558 K76 1988

Lehman, John. Making war: the 200-year old battle between the President and Congress over how America goes to war. NY: Scribner's, 1992. KF5060 L44 1992

Lofgren, Charles A. Government from reflection and choice: Constitutional essays on war, foreign relations and federalism. New York: Oxford University Pr., 1986. KF4651 L64 1986

May, Christopher N. In the name of war: judicial review and the war powers since 1918. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Pr., 1989. KF4575 M39 1989

May, Ernest R. The ultimate decision: The President as Commander in Chief. NY: Braziller, 1960. JK558 M46

Military laws of the United States from the Civil War through the War Powers Act of 1973. NY: Arno Pr., 1979. KF7204 1979

Nogee, Joseph L. For a Presidency that is strong without being imperial. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, 1981. JK516 N64 1981

The people vs. Presidential war. NY: Dunellen,1970. KF5050 A2P46 1970

The powers of the President as Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1956. JK562 U58

The President's war powers : from the federalists to Reagan. NY: Academy of Political Science, 1984. JK560 P74 1984

Pusey, Merlo John. The way we go to war. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 1969. JK558 P98

The Reagan defense program: an interim assessment. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 1986. UA23 R23 1986

Relyea, Harold. A brief history of emergency powers in the United States. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1974. KF5060 A25 1974b

Reveley, W. Taylor, III. War powers of the President and Congress: who holds the arrows and olive branch? Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1981. JK339 R48

Scheidt, Ann-Marie W. The origins and enactment of the War Powers Resolution, 1970-73. Stony Brook, NY: State University, 1989. KF5060 S33 1989

Schmitt, Gary J. Executive agreements and separation of powers: military agreements from 1946 to 1976. Urbana, IL: University of Chicago, 1980. JX171 S36 1980

The Senate's war powers. Chicago, IL: Markham Pub., 1971. JX1573.U5 1971

Smith, John Malcolm, and Stephen Jurika, Jr. The President and national security: his role as Commander-in-Chief. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Pub., 1972. JK558 S647

Smyrl, Marc E. Conflict or codetermination? Congress, the President and the power to make war. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Pub., 1988. KF5060 S57 1988

Sofaer, Abraham D., and Henry B. Cox. War, foreign affairs and Constitutional power. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Pub., 1976. KF5060 S6 1976

Sullivan, John H. The War Powers Resolution: a special study of the Committee on Foreign Affairs. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1982. KF5060 A25 1982

Thomas, Ann Van Wynen, and A.J. Thomas, Jr. The war-making powers of the President: Constitutional and international law aspects. Dallas, TX: SMU Press, 1982. KF5060.T48 1982

Turner, Robert F. Repealing the War Powers Resolution. Washington, DC: Brassey's, 1991. KF5060 T86 1991

The War Powers Resolution: its implementation in theory and practice. Philadelphia, PA: Foreign Policy Research Institute, 1983. KF5060 T87 1983

The U.S. Constitution and the power to go to war. Westport, CN: Greenwood Pr., 1994. KF5060 A75U8 1994

The War Powers Bill. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1973. KF5060 Z9A94 1973

The War Powers Resolution: relevant documents, reports, correspondence. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1994. KF5060 A25 1994

Westerfield, Donald L. War powers: the President, the Congress and the question of war. Westport, CN: Praeger, 1996. KF5060 W457 1996

Whiting, William. War powers under the Constitution of the United States. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1864. KF5053 W34 1864

Wormuth, Francis D., Edwin B. Firmage, and Francis Butler. To chain the dog of war: the war power of Congress in history and law. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University Pr., 1986. KF4941 W67 1986

Periodicals

Adler, David Gray. "The Constitution and presidential warmaking:the enduring debate." Political Science Quarterly (Spring 1988): 1-36.

Allison, G. T. "Making war: the President and Congress." Law & Contemporary Problems (Summer 1976):86-105.

Auerswald, David P. and Peter F. Cowhey. "Ballotbox diplomacy: the War Powers Resolution and the use of force." International Studies Quarterly (September 1997): 505-528.

Barrett, Raymond J. "The war powers: Constitutional crisis." Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute (November 1973): 18-25.

Bell, Thomas Langdon. "The war powers legislation of 1973: national law." California Western International Law Journal (Winter 1985): 77-105.

Bennett, Charles et. al. "The President's powers as Commander-in-Chief versus Congress' war power and appropriations power." University of Miami Law Review (September 1988): 17-59.

Berdes, George R., and Robert T. Huber. "Making the War Powers Resolution work: the view from the trench (a response to Professor Glennon)." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 671-681.

Berger, R. "War-making by the President." University of Pennsylvania Law Review (November 1972): 29+.

Bestor, Arthur. " 'Advice' from the very beginning, 'consent' when the end is achieved." American Journal of International Law (October 1989): 718-727.

Biden, Joseph R., and John B. Ritch, III. "The war power at a Constitutional impasse: a 'joint decision' solution." Georgetown Law Journal (December 1988): 367-412.

Borek, Ted B. "Legal services during war." Military Law Review (Spring 1988): 19-58.

Buckley, William F. "How far can the President go?" National Review (October 14, 1983): 1300.

Burlage, John. "Panel warns next President: beware of War Powers Act." Air Force Times (March 28, 1988): 38.

Carter, Stephen L. "The constitutionality of the War Powers Resolution." Virginia Law Review (February 1984): 101-134.

Coats, John, Jr. "Malingering McNamara model for the use of U.S. military force." Strategic Review (Fall 1989): 18-30.

Cole, David. "Challenging covert war: the politics of the political question doctrine." Harvard International Law Journal (Winter 1985): 155+.

"Congress, the President, and the power to commit forces to combat." Harvard Law Review (June 1968): 1771+.

"Congressional control of presidential war-making under the War Powers Act: the status of a legislative veto after Chadha [INS v. Chadha, 103 S. Ct. 2764]." University of Pennsylvania Law Review (June 1984): 1217-1241.

Corn, Geoffrey S., Major. "Presidential war powers: do the courts offer any answers?" Military Law Review (October 1998): 180-255.

"Covert action and the War Powers Resolution: preserving the constitutional balance." Syracuse Law Review (1988): 1139+.

"Covert wars and presidential power: judicial complicity in a realignment of constitutional power." Hastings Contitutional Law Quarterly (Spring 1987): 683+.

Cox, H. Bartholomew. "Raison d'etat and world survival: who constitutionally makes nuclear war?" George Washington Law Review (August 1989): 1614+.

Cruden, J. C. "War-making process." Military Law Review (Summer 1975): 35-143.

Damrosch, Lori F. "Constitutional control over war powers: a common core of accountablility in Democratic societies?" University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 181-199.

"Constitutional responsibility of Congress for military engagements." American Journal of International Law (January 1995): 58-70.

Darling, W. Stuart, and D. Craig Mense. "Rethinking the War Powers Act." Presidential Studies Quarterly (Spring/Summer 1977) : 126-136.

"Deciding on war." Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report (January 5, 1991): 5-44.

Deering, Christopher J. "Congress, the President, and military policy." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (September 1988): 136-147.

"A defense of the War Powers Resolution." Yale Law Journal (June 1984): 1330+.

Dellinger, Walter. "After the Cold War: presidential power and the use of military force." University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 107-119.

Doherty, Carroll J. "On Somalia, war powers become a GOP weapon." Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report (October 30, 1993): 2987-2988.

Donovan, J. A. "It is difficult to make a proper blending of the President's control of the military with the power of Congress to declare war." Marine Corps Gazette (September 1977): 29-36.

Egeland, Andrew M., Jr. "The legal limitations on the use of military forces under the War Powers Resolution." Air Force Law Review (Spring 1985): 146-158.

Ely, John Hart. "Suppose Congress wanted a War Powers Act that worked." Columbia Law Review (November 1988): 1379-1431.

"The (troubled) constitutionality of the war they told us about." Stanford Law Review (April 1990): 876-926.

"The unconstitutionality of the war they didn't tell us about." Stanford Law Review (April 1990): 1093-1148.

"Whose war is it, anyway?" (The Gulf and the War Powers Act) New Republic (May 23, 1988): 22-23.

"Emergency powers reinstated." Army Information Digest (February 1951): 23-26.

Emerson, J. Terry. "Imperatives of the President's war powers." Strategic Review (Winter 1974): 44-51.

Entin, Jonathan L. "The dog that rarely barks: why the courts won't resolve the war powers debate." Case Western Reserve Law Review (Summer 1997): 1305-1315.

"The failure of constitutional controls over war powers in the nuclear age: the argument for a constitutional amendment." Stanford Law Review (July 1988): 1543+.

Fascell, Dante. "War powers and Congress." University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 121-128.

Faulkner, S. "War in Vietnam: is it constitutional?" Georgetown Law Journal (June 1968): 1132+.

Firmage, Edwin B. "Rogue presidents and the war power of Congress." George Mason Univeristy Law Review (Fall 1988): 79-95.

Fisher, Louis. "How tightly can Congress draw the purse strings?" American Journal of International Law (October 1989): 758-766.

"Sidestepping Congress: Presidents acting under the UN and NATO." Case Western Reserve Law Review (Summer 1997): 1237-1279.

"The War Powers Resolution: time to say goodbye." Political Science Quarterly (March 1998): 1-20.

Forrester, Ray. "Presidential wars in the nuclear age: an unresolved problem." George Washington Law Review (August 1989): 1636-1642.

Franck, Thomas M. "Rethinking war powers: by law or by `thaumaturgic invocation'?" American Journal of International Law (October 1989): 766-777

Glennon, Michael J. "The Gulf War and the Constitution." Foreign Affairs (March 1991): 84+

"Too far apart: repeal the War Powers Resolution." University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 17-31.

"War powers." Foreign Affairs (Summer 1981): 150-154.

"The war powers resolution: sad record, dismal promise." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 657-670.

"The War Powers Resolution ten years later: more politics than law." American Journal of International Law (July 1984): 571-581.

Goldsmith, William M. "A new look at an old argument." George Mason University Law Review (Fall 1988): 65+.

Goldstein, Yonkel. "The failure of constitutional controls over war powers in the nuclear age: the argument for a constitutional amendment." Stanford Law Review (July 1988): 1543-1592.

Hall, David L. "Constitution and presidential war making against Libya." Naval War Colleg Review (Summer 1989): 30-45.

"War powers by the clock." Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute (September 1987):36-40.

Harrison, Stanley L. "President and Congress: the war powers wrangle." Military Review (July 1974): 40-49.

Henry, Donna H. "The War Powers Resolution: a tool for balancing power through negotiation." Virginia Law Review (June 1984): 1037-1058.

Highsmith, Newell L. "Policing executive adventurism: Congressional oversight of military and paramilitary operations." Harvard Journal on Legislation (Summer 1982): 327-392.

"House would tie loose strings on CinC's hands war power." Armed Forces Journal (December 21, 1970): 14-15.

Huckabee, Gregory M. "The War Powers Resolution: law or political rhetoric?" Air Force Law Review (Winter 1991): 207-225.

Ides, Allan. "Congress, constitutional responsibility and the war power." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 599-655.

Javits, Jacob K. "War powers reconsidered." Foreign Affairs (Fall 1985): 130-140.

Johns, Kevin E. "The War Powers Resolution: Congress vs the Commander in Chief." Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute (December 1980): 42-46.

Kavanagh, John J. "U.S. war powers and the United Nations Security Council." Boston College International and Comparative Law Review (Winter 1997): 159-186.

Kelly, Michael P., Major. "Fixing the war powers." Military Law Review (Summer 1993): 83-170.

King, D. E., and A. B. Leavens. "Curbing the dog of war: the War Powers Resolution." Harvard International Law Journal (Winter 1977): 55-96.

Kinsley, Michael. "The war powers war." New Republic (December 31, 1990): 4.

Lea, James F. "The President's miliary power under the Constitution." USA Today (Periodical) (September 1987): 12-15.

Leigh, Monroe. "A modest proposal for moderating the war powers controversy." George Mason University Law Review (Fall 1988): 195-202.

"War Powers Resolution - discretion to exercise jurisdiction political question doctrine." American Journal of International Law (July 1988): 596-597.

Lobel, Jules. "Covert war and Congressional authority: hidden war and forgotten power." University of Pennsylvania Law Review (April 1986): 1035-1110.

"Emergency power and the decline of liberalism." Yale Law Journal (May 1989): 1385-1433.

"The rise and decline of the Neutrality Act: sovereignty and Congressional war powers in United States foreign policy." Harvard International Law Journal (Summer 1983): 1-71.

Lofgren, C. A. "War-making under the Constitution: the original understanding." Yale Law Journal (March 1972) : 672+.

Lungren, Daniel E., and Mark L. Krotoski. "The War Powers Resolution after the Chadha decision." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 767-808.

Mathias, Charles McC., Jr. "The War Powers Resolution: resolving the dilemma." SAIS Review (Winter/Spring 1985): 43-49.

Mathias, McC., Jr., et. al. "War powers and the Constitution." AEI Foreign Policy and Defense Review (no.5-6 1984): 84-87.

"Revoke War Powers Act, retired generals urge." Air Force Times (September 19, 1988): 27.

McGinnis, John O. "Constitutional review by the executive in foreign affairs and war powers: a consequence of rational choice in the separation of powers." Law and Contemporary Problems (Autumn 1993): 293-325.

"The spontaneous order of war powers." Case Western Reserve Law Review (Summer 1997): 1317-1329.

Mikva, Abner J. "The political question revisited: war powers and the `zone of twilight'." Kentucky Law Journal (Winter 1987/1988): 329-344.

Monaghan, Henry P. "The protective power of the presidency." Columbia Law Journal (January 1993): 1-74.

Moore, John N. "The National Executive and the use of armed forces abroad." Naval War College Review (January 1969): 28-38.

"The War Powers Resolution ... of doubtful constitutionality." ABA Journal (March 1984): 10+.

Nathan, James. "Salvaging the War Powers Resolution." Presidential Studies Quarterly (Spring 1993): 235-268.

Noah, Timothy. "War powers inaction." New Republic (July 6, 1987): 11-12.

Ponnwitz, A. J. "Limited war and the War Powers Resolution." Marine Corps Gazette (October 1980): 35-41.

Ratner, Michael, and David Cole. "The force of law: judicial enforcement of the War Powers Resolution." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 715-766.

Raven-Hansen, Peter. "Nuclear war powers." American Journal of International Law (October 1989): 786-795.

"Realism, liberalism, and the War Powers Resolution." Harvard Law Review (January 1989): 637-657.

Reisman, W. Michael. "War powers: the operational code of competence." American Journal of International Law (October 1989): 777-785.

Reveley, W. T., III. "Presidential war-making: constitutional prerogative or usurpation?" Virginia Law Review (November 1969): 1243+.

Robbins, Patrick D. "The War Powers Resolution after fifteen years: a reassessment." American University Law Review (Fall 1988): 141-183.

Rolph, John W. "The decline and fall of the War Powers Resolution: waging war under the Constitution after Desert Storm." Naval Law Review (Winter 1992): 85-104.

Rostow, Eugene V. "The lessons' of Vietnam and Presidential powers." Strategic Review (Fall 1984): 30-38.

Rourke, John T. and Russell Farnen. "War, Presidents, and the Constitution." Presidential Studies Quarterly (Summer 1988): 513-522.

Rubner, Michael. "Antiterrorism and the withering of the 1973 War Powers Resolution." Political Science Quarterly (Summer 1987): 193-215.

"The Reagan Administration, the 1973 War Powers Resolution, and the Invasion of Grenada." Political Science Quarterly (Winter 1985/1986): 627-647.

Rushkoff, Bennett C. "A defense of the War Powers Resolution." Yale Law Journal (June 1984): 1330-1354.

Russell, Michael J. "The War Powers Resolution: an act facing `imminent hostilities' a decade later." Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law (Fall 1983): 915-1051.

Scribner, Jeffrey L. "The President versus Congress on warmaking authority." Military Review (April 1972):87-96.

"Self defense or presidential pretext? The Constitutionality of unilateral preemptive military action." Georgetown Law Review (December 1989): 415+.

Shane, Peter M. "Learning McNamara's lessons: how the War Powers Resolution advances the rule of law." Case Western Reserve Law Review (Summer 1997): 1281-1304.

Silber, John R. "Central America and the War Powers Act -- an emerging Constitutional crisis." NATO's Sixteen Nations (November-December 1984): 26-30.

"Presidential handcuffs: can we afford the War Powers Act?" New Republic (February 18, 1985): 14-16.

Simmons, Keith D. "Revising the War Powers Resolution: a wrong answer." Army Lawyer 1989 (January 1989): 21-26.

Slater, Jerome. "Just a reminder." (President's war powers) New Republic (February 23, 1980): 11-12.

Sofaer, Abraham D. "The power over war." University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 33-59.

"Terrorism, the law and the National Defense: test of the Sixth Annual Waldemar A. Solf Lecture in International Law." Special Warfare (Fall 1989): 12-28.

"The War Powers Resolution and antiterrorist operations." Department of State Bulleting (August 1986):68-71.

"The War Powers Resolution: 15 years later." Temple Law Review (Spring 1989): 317-326.

Steele, Douglas L. "Covert action and the War Powers Resolution: preserving the constitutional balance." Syracuse Law Review (Fall 1988) 1139-1159.

Stromseth, Jane E. "Collective force and constitutional responsibility: war powers in the Post-Cold War era." University of Miami Law Review (October 1995): 145-180.

"Rethinking war powers: Congress, the President and the United Nations." Georgetown Law Journal (March 1993): 597-673.

Stuart, Reginald C. "War Power of the Constitution in historical prespective." Parameters (December 1980): 65-71.

"(Supreme) Court refuses to define President's war powers." Air Force Times (May 1, 1974): 167-168.

Theurer, Kenneth M. "Low-level conflicts and the reserves: presidential authority under 10 U.S.C. 673b." Univrsity of Cincinnati Law Review (Winter 1994): 1135-1164.

Thomas, Ann Van Wynen, and A. J. Thomas, Jr. "Presidential war-making power: a political question?" Southwestern Law Journal (November 1981): 879-898.

Thomson, Harry C. "The War Powers Resolution of 1973: can Congress make it stick?" World Affairs (Summer 1976): 3-9.

Timbers, Edwin. "The Supreme Court and the President as Commander in Chief." Presidential Studies Quarterly (Spring 1986): 224-236.

Treanor, William M. "Fame, the founding and the power to declare war." Cornell Law Review (May-June 1997):695-772.

Tuley, Deanna M. "The War Powers Resolution: the questionable solution." Air Force Law Review (Summer 1985): 244-274.

Turner, Robert F. "The War Powers Resolution: unconstitutional, unnecessary, and unhelpful." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 683-713.

Vance, Cyrus. "Striking the balance: Congress and the President under the War Powers Resolution." University of Pennsylvania Law Review (December 1984): 79-95.

Wald, Martin. "The future of the War Powers Resolution." Stanford Law Review (July 1984): 1407-1445.

Wallace, D., Jr. "War-making powers: a constitutional flaw?" Cornell Law Review (May 1972): 719+.

"War Powers Act and the Persian Gulf." Congressional Digest (December 1987): entire issue.

"War powers and the responsibility of Congress: special section on Capitol Hill: a panel." American Society of International Law Proceedings, 1988. JX27 .A51 1988

"The War Powers Resolution." Department of State Bulletin (November 1988): 36-39.

"The War Powers Resolution: a tool for balancing power through negotiation." Virginia Law Review (June 1984): 1037+.

"The War Powers Resolution of 1973: national legislation as international law." California Western International Law Journal (Winter 1985): 77+.

Weinberger, Caspar W. "The War Powers Resolution - an invitation to disaster." Forbes (September 17, 1990): 29.

Wormuth, F. D. "Nixon theory of the war power: a critique." California Law Review (May 1972): 623+.

Yoo, John C. "The continuation of politics by other means: the original understanding of war powers." California Law ReviewM (March 1996): 167-305.

Zablocki, Clement J. "War Powers Resolution: its past record and future promise." Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review (Summer 1984): 579-598.

Congressional Documents

U.S. Congress. House. Vetoing House Joint Resolution 542, a joint resolution concerning the war powers of Congress and the President. Document, 93rd Cong., 1st Sess., 1973. CIS MF 1973 H920-13

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Background information on the use of U.S. Armed Forces in foreign countries. Print, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., 1975. CIS MF 1975 H382-59

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Concerning the war powers of Congress and the President. Report, 92d Cong., 2d Sess., 1972. CIS MF 1972 H383-15

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Concerning the war powers of Congress and the President. Report, 92d Cong., 1st Sess., 1971. CIS MF 1971 H383-10

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Concerning the war powers of Congress and the President. Report, 91st Cong., 2d Sess., 1970. CIS MF 1970 H383-15

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Congress, the President and the war powers. Hearing, 91st Cong., 2d Sess., 1970. CIS MF 1970 H381-24

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Crisis in Lebanon: U.S. policy and alternative legislative proposals. Hearing, 98th Cong., 2d Sess., 1984. CIS MF 1984 H381-34

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Grenada war powers: full compliance reporting and implementation. Hearing, 98th Cong., 1st Sess., 1983. CIS MF 1984 H381-3

Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Legislation on foreign relations through 1996, Vol. II. Joint Committee Print, 104th Cong., 2d Sess., 1996. [Annual, Vol. II contains current legislation on war powers] CIS MF 1997 H462-3

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Statutory authorization under the War Powers Resolution: Lebanon. Hearing, 98th Cong., 1st Sess., 1983. CIS MF 1983 H381-93

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. U.S. Supreme Court decision concerning the legislative veto. Hearing, 98th Cong., 1st Sess., 1983. CIS MF 1983 H381-81

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Use of U.S. military forces in the recovery of the SS "Mayaguez". Hearing, 94th Cong., 1st Sess., 1975. CIS MF 1975 H380-12

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. War powers. Hearing, 93d Cong., 1st Sess., 1973. CIS MF 1973 H381-16

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. War powers. Report, 93d Cong., 1st Sess., 1973. CIS MF 1973 H383-18

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. War powers legislation. Hearing, 92d Cong., 1st Sess., 1971. CIS MF 1971 H381-13

U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Withdrawal of U.S. forces from Somalia. Hearing. 103d Cong., 1st Sess., 1994. CIS MF 1994 H381-21

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Peace Powers Act (S.5) and the National Security Revitilization Act (H.R.7). Hearing. 104th Cong., 1st Sess., 1995. CIS MF 1995 S381-24

U.S. Congress. Committee on International Relations. Directing the President pursuant to Section 5(c) of the War Powers Resolution to remove U.S. Armed Forces from the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Report. 105th Cong., 2d Sess., 1998. CIS MF 1998 H463-3

U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Constitutional roles of the President in declaring and waging war. Hearing. 102d Cong., 1st Sess., 1991. CIS MF 1991 S521-67