Federal Constitutional Law (Volume 2): Federal Executive Power and the Separation of Powers
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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
B. FORMATIVE CASES ON APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL
C. MODERN CASES ON APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL
Chapter 2 KEY FACETS OF EXECUTIVE POWER
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
B. LIMITS ON THE EXECUTIVE
C. LIMITS ON CONGRESS
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