AUTHOR'S NOTE: Thanks to Chris Edelson, Richard Pious, Mitchel Sollenberger, and Robert Spitzer for many thoughtful suggestions on this article.
The Law Connecting Presidential Power to Public Law
Article first published online: 26 JAN 2014
© 2014 Center for the Study of the Presidency
Presidential Studies Quarterly
Special Issue: Symposium on Historical Research
Volume 44, Issue 1, pages 157–172, March 2014
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Fisher, L. (2014), The Law Connecting Presidential Power to Public Law. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 44: 157–172. doi: 10.1111/psq.12092
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