The executive power in the United States : a study of constitutional law / by Adolphe de Chambrun ; translated from the original French by Madeleine Vinton Dahlgren Chambrun, Adolphe de Pineton marquis de 1831-1891

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Chambrun, Adolphe de Pineton marquis de 1831-1891
Subjects
Executive power -- United States.; FAClaw - Law; ER - Internet - Book - Full text
Contents
  • Election of president and vice-president
  • Constitution of the executive power
  • Of functionaries charged with administrative action
  • RElations of the President to the Congress
  • The power of declaring war
  • Relations of the President to the judicial power of the Union
  • The federal administration
  • The Senate as an executive council
  • Relations of the President to the States
  • What the executive power became under Mr. Lincoln
  • Causes which might modify the Constitution of the United States.
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2909670

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