How Congress has been giving up its war powers since Thomas Jefferson

To the editor: Daniel Depetris’ contention that Congress abandoned its war-making function with President Truman’s entry into the Korean War is misplaced. Violation of Congress’ war-making obligation goes back to Thomas Jefferson’s 1801 dispatch of U.S. warships to combat the Barbary pirates. It......

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By: Los Angeles Times - Friday, 12 October

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