lesl at UDEL.EDU
Tue Nov 28 08:27:21 PST 2000
Frankfurter's argumetn in Youngstown does not say this exactly, but in my
view he comes close--basically arguing that the history of the exercise of
[shared] power is the constitutional law on the subject.
Mark Tushnet wrote:
> Okay, so here's a question about something else: Can anyone supply me
> with a citation to something arguing that the allocation of was power
> between Congress and the president depends solely on the outcome of
> political interactions between the branches?
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