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Judicial deference toward presidential decision making in national security has led to largely unencumbered presidential action in national security concerns. In this article, Matthew R. Trout and Tobias T. Gibson argue that presidential interpretation is a power of the president—a power that has enhanced an outsized presidential role in national security.
Constitutional Law | Law | Law and Politics | President/Executive Department
Gibson, Tobias T. and Trout, Matthew R., "Presidential Interpretation and War Powers" (2022). SLU Law Journal Online. 100.