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    • Funding “Non-Traditional” Military Operations: The Alluring Myth of a Presidential Power of the Purse 

      Rosen, Richard D. (1998)
      The American military has increasingly been involved in non-traditional military operations around the world such as humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. Reasons for this growing involvement in non-combat operations ...
    • The Heritage Guide to the Constitution: Fully Revised Second Edition 

      Forte, David F.; Chiappinelli, Eric A. (Regnery Publishing, 2014-09)
      A short synopsis of Congress’ power to create uniform weights and measures standards. This power derives from the Weights and Measures clause of the U.S. Constitution. Congress was urged to create uniform weights and ...
    • Inside Constitutional Law: What Matters and Why 

      Rosen, Richard; Friedland, Steven; Catherine, Hancock; Russell, Weaver (Aspen Publishers, 2014)
      A comprehensive overview of the most important ideas in Constitutional Law. Topics discussed include: individual rights; judicial review; national legislative power; federal executive powers; state powers; commerce; due ...
    • Thinking About Due Process 

      Rosen, Richard (1988)
      The Army has a duty to accomplish its mission efficiently, cheaply, and in a timely manner. If the Army can treat those with whom it deals fairly and with respect without having to incur the expense of costly administrative ...