Discusses the various elements of the book "War and Responsibility," by John Hart Ely, with particular attention to the war on terrorism. Approach of the author both in his method of constitutional interpretation and substantive goals for the warmaking process; Views on whether Ely's approach produces the benefits it claims; Transformation of warfare and threats to the U.S. national security.



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