Søk Bilder Maps Play YouTube Nyheter Gmail Disk Mer »
Logg på
Bøker Bok 8190 av 121to raise and support Armies" and "to provide and maintain a Navy.
" to raise and support Armies" and "to provide and maintain a Navy. "
Analysis of Civil Government: Including a Topical and Tabular Arrangement of ... - Side 186
av Calvin Townsend - 1869 - 342 sider
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - Om denne boken

Seeing American Foreign Policy Whole

Brewster C. Denny, Denny - 1985 - 200 sider
...the uses of science and technology. The congressional responsibility, imposed by the Constitution, to raise and support armies and to provide and maintain a navy obviously does include a responsibility for the development of relevant science and technology. This...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Separation of Powers--does it Still Work?

Robert A. Goldwin, Art Kaufman - 1986 - 193 sider
...the successful conduct of foreign policy, especially a military establishment. Congress is granted the power to raise and support armies and to provide and maintain a navy, responsibilities that may be said to be limited in that they leave Congress outside the military establishment,...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Separation of Powers--does it Still Work?

Robert A. Goldwin, Art Kaufman - 1986 - 193 sider
...the successful conduct of foreign policy, especially a military establishment. Congress is granted the power to raise and support armies and to provide and maintain a navy, responsibilities that may be said to be limited in that they leave Congress outside the military establishment,...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The Second Century, 1888-1986, Volum 2

David P. Currie - 1994 - 682 sider
..."1See Youngstown, 343 US at 643 (Jackson, J., concurring) (stressing that article I empowered Congress "to raise and support armies" and "to provide and maintain a navy"); id. at 660-61 (Clark, J., concurring) (quoting Little v. Barreme (The Flying Fish), 6 US (2 Cranch)...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Lines in the Sand: Justice and the Gulf War

Alan F. Geyer, Barbara Graham Green - 1992 - 187 sider
...Constitution says, "The Congress shall have 122 Lines in the Sand power ... to declare war . . . [and] to raise and support armies . . . [and] to provide and maintain a navy." When Foley and Mitchell announced on January 7 that both houses of Congress would debate that week...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Democracy and Foreign Policy: The Fallacy of Political Realism

Miroslav Nincic - 1992 - 200 sider
...fashion. It grants Congress the power to "declare war" (Article I, section 8) as well as, by extension, to "raise and support armies" and to "provide and maintain a Navy." However, recognizing that a body so large and ponderous could not be charged with the operational conduct...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

The Constitution and the Flag: The flag salute cases

Michael Kent Curtis - 1993 - 344 sider
...Congress exerted any of these powers in passing a law on flag desecration. The Constitution gives Congress the power to "raise and support Armies" and to "provide and maintain a Navy." This constitutional power is "broad and sweeping."295 Pursuant to this power, Congress is entitled to pass...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Gays and Lesbians in the Military: Issues, Concerns, and Contrasts

Wilbur J. Scott, Sandra Carson Stanley - 1968 - 278 sider
...question of the prerogatives of the Congress. The Constitution (Article I, Section 8) gives the Congress the power to raise and support armies and to provide and maintain a navy and to make rules for the government and regulation of the land and naval forces. For example, Congress...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Reappraising Political Theory: Revisionist Studies in the History of ...

Terence Ball - 1994 - 326 sider
...The results of that compromise can still be seen in Article I, Section 8, which empowers the Congress to 'raise and support armies' and to 'provide and maintain a navy', both of which are to be under the exclusive jurisdiction of the federal government. As for the several...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken

Clinton and Post-Cold War Defense

Stephen J. Cimbala - 1996 - 197 sider
...authority. Moreover, it is the Congress that has the authority under the same article to appropriate money "to raise and support armies" and "to provide and maintain a navy." In this split between executive and legislative authority over the armed forces, the framers seemed...
Begrenset visning - Om denne boken




  1. Mitt bibliotek
  2. Hjelp
  3. Avansert boksøk
  4. Last ned ePub
  5. Last ned PDF