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4 Founders on the President and War Powers under the Constitution
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Tenth Amendment Center
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A lot of "experts" want you to believe that under Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution the executive branch rarely - if ever - needs to even consult congress on matters of war or peace, despite the fact that all the founders agreed that the power to declare and wage war would be divided between the legislature and the president.

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