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Case Comment: Campell v. Clinton: The 'Implied Consent' Theory of Presidential War Power is Again Validated


Geoffrey S. Corn


South Texas College of Law


Military Law Review, Vol. 161, No. 202, September 1999

Abstract:     
This comment analyzes the decision by the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Campbell v. Clinton. It summarizes the rationale for the dismissal of this legislator challenge to the President's decision to order combat operations against Serbia, and analyzes how this decision ratifies the "implied consent" theory of congressional participation in war powers decisions.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 10

Keywords: Clinton, War powers, War power

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Date posted: June 19, 2006  

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Corn, Geoffrey S., Case Comment: Campell v. Clinton: The 'Implied Consent' Theory of Presidential War Power is Again Validated. Military Law Review, Vol. 161, No. 202, September 1999. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=909577

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South Texas College of Law ( email )
1303 San Jacinto Street
Houston, TX 77002
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