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Executive Orders and Emergency Powers - Bibliography

Current Sources

James L. Hirsen, Government by Decree, Huntington House, (1999). Available from NewsMax Online Bookstore, http://www.booksite.com.

Cliff Kincaid, Crimes Against the Constitution: Executive Orders, Presidential Directives, National Emergencies and Martial Law (1999). Available from America’s Survival, http://www.usasurvival.org.

Cliff Kincaid, How Clinton Waged War Through Executive Orders (1999). Available from America’s Survival, http://www.usasurvival.org.

William J. Olson and Alan Woll, A Legal Report: Executive Orders and National Emergencies: Presidential Power Grab Nearly Unchecked (1998). Available at no charge by writing to Abraham Lincoln Foundation, 10315 Georgetown Pike (Rear), Great Falls, VA 22066.

William J. Olson and Alan Woll, Executive Orders and National Emergencies: How Presidents Have Come to “Run the Country” by Usurping Legislative Power (1999). Available from CATO INSTITUTE, http://www.cato.org.

William J. Olson and Alan Woll, Memorandum for the President: Presidential Powers to Use the U.S. Armed Forces to Control Potential Civilian Disturbances (1999). Available from the Olson law firm, http://www.wjopc.com.

Other Sources

John M. Carey and Matthew Sogerg Shugart, Executive Decree Authority, Cambridge University Press (1998). Available from http://www.amazon.com. Comparison of use of Executive Orders in Argentina, Brazil, France, Italy, Peru, Russia, United States and Venezuela.

John Charles Daly, Moderator; Dick Cheney, [et al.], “War Powers and the Constitution,” Edited Transcript of a Televised Forum Sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, held on December 6, 1983.

David Locke Hall, The Reagan Wars: a Constitutional Perspective on War Powers and the Presidency, Westview Press (1991).

H. P. Lee, Emergency Powers, Law Book Co. (1984).

John F. Lehman, Making War: the 200-year-old Battle between the President and Congress Over How America Goes to War, Maxwell Macmillan International, (1992).

Michael Linfield, Freedom Under Fire: U.S. Civil Liberties in Times of War, South End Press (1990).

Ruth P. Morgan, The President and Civil Rights; Policy Making by Executive Order, St. Martin’s Press (1970).

Dr. Gary North, Government by Emergency, American Bureau of Economic Research, (1983). Book is out of print, but may be available from used bookstores through amazon.com, etc.

Clinton Lawrence Rossiter, Constitutional Dictatorship: Crises Government in the Modern Democracies, Harcourt, Brace & World (1963).

Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr., War and the Constitution: Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt, Gettysburg College (1988).

Dr. Gene Schroder, War and Emergency Powers. Available from Box 89, Campo, CO 81029 ($20 for book; $25 for video + $3 shipping per order of book, video or both).

Dr. Eugene Schroder, War, Central Planning and Corporations, Buffalo Creek Press (1997). Available from Box 89, Campo, CO 81029 ($10 + $3 shipping).

U. S. House Committee on Government Operations, Executive Orders and Proclamations: a Study of a Use of Presidential Powers, 85th Congress, First Session, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. (1957).

U. S. Senate Special Committee on National Emergencies and Delegated Emergency Powers, Summary of Executive Orders in Times of War and National Emergency: a Working Paper, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. (August 1974).

U. S. Senate Special Committee on National Emergencies and Delegated Emergency Powers, Executive Orders in Times of War and National Emergency: Report of the Special Committee on National Emergencies and Delegated Emergency Powers, United States Senate 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. (June 1974).

Alan F. Westin, The Anatomy of a Constitutional Law Case: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co. v. Sawyer, the Steel Seizure Decision, Columbia University Press, (1990).


 

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