Erwin Chemerinsky on Executive Power and the War on Terror

3/20/2006; 59 minutes

Nationally renowned legal scholar Erwin Chemerinsky discusses executive power and the war on terror at the UC Davis School of Law. While some scholars have defended the Bush administrations claim to broad executive authority as part of the war on terrorism, Chemerinsky believes those claims are wrong in terms of the history and functions of the Constitution and separation of powers. (#11531)

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