Presidential Power Stories (edited by Christopher H. Schroeder and Curtis A Bradley)
Schroeder and Bradley's Presidential Power Stories tells the story of a dozen notable presidential power disputes in our nation’s history. Ranging from the Neutrality Controversy of 1793 to the Supreme Court’s decision in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld in 2006, the chapters present a diversity of presidential powers issues as well as a dispute's historical and legal background. Each chapter examines: A dispute’s historical and legal background Broader conceptual issues about the role of the president in our constitutional democracy.
Professor Johnsen's contribution is titled "The Story of Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: Trying Enemy Combatants by Military Commission."
New York, NY
Executive power-United States-Cases, War and emergency powers-United States-Cases, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld, 548 U.S. 557
Law | Military, War, and Peace | President/Executive Department
Johnsen, Dawn E., "Presidential Power Stories (edited by Christopher H. Schroeder and Curtis A Bradley)" (2009). Books by Maurer Faculty. 44.