Federal Constitutional Law (Volume 2): Federal Executive Power and the Separation of Powers

Expert analysis and materials on Federal Executive Power and the Separation of Powers from Lee J. Strang, Professor of Law, Univ. of Toledo College of Law.
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Book Edition: 2018-05

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This softcover book is the second volume in the Constitutional Law Modular Series. This modular approach to the material makes it possible for instructors to mix and match a suitable number of volumes for a course of varying length and focus. Coverage includes:

•  Appointment and removal of federal officers;
•  The creation of "independent" agencies and officers;
•  Powers inherent in the Executive;
•  Executive foreign policy and international agreement powers;
•  Executive war and commander-in-chief powers;
•  The line item veto;
•  Congressional appointment of executive officers;
•  Congressional control via legislative veto;
•  Congressional execution of the law; and
•  The Nondelegation Doctrine.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 EXECUTIVE POWER: APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL

A. INTRODUCTION

B. FORMATIVE CASES ON APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL

C. MODERN CASES ON APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL

Chapter 2 KEY FACETS OF EXECUTIVE POWER

A. INTRODUCTION

B. EXPRESS OR INHERENT EXECUTIVE POWER?

C. (INHERENT) FOREIGN POLICY POWERS

D. INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT POWERS

E. WAR POWERS AND COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF ROLE

Chapter 3 SEPARATION OF POWERS LIMITATIONS ON EXECUTIVE AND LEGISLATIVE POWER

A. INTRODUCTION

B. LIMITS ON THE EXECUTIVE

C. LIMITS ON CONGRESS

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Index