Connecticut Law Review Volume 44 – Issue 5

Who Decides on Security?

Despite over six decades of reform initiatives, the overwhelming drift of security arrangements in the United States has been toward greater—not less—executive centralization and discretion.  This Article explores why efforts to curb presidential prerogative have failed so consistently.  It argues that while constitutional scholars have overwhelmingly focused their attention on procedural solutions, the underlying reason […]

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