Clinging to the long-dead notion that Congress must first declare war might be comforting, but it has nothing to do with reality, writes Stephen L. Carter.
Clinging to the long-dead notion that Congress must first declare war might be comforting, but it has nothing to do with reality, writes Stephen L. Carter. Alex Brandon AP
Clinging to the long-dead notion that Congress must first declare war might be comforting, but it has nothing to do with reality, writes Stephen L. Carter. Alex Brandon AP

Stephen L. Carter: Face the reality of modern presidents’ powers over war

April 08, 2017 05:18 PM