Breaks new ground of fundamental interest to scholars in political science, public law, and public policy. . . . A major contribution to the fields of the presidency and constitutional law. --Louis Fisher, author of Defending Congress and the Constitution
An important and timely book that will become the definitive source not only for understanding, but also for resolving, the constitutional ambiguities of this phenomenon. --Robert J. Spitzer, author of Saving the Constitution from Lawyers
A carefully reasoned, well documented, and impressive piece of work that is sure to contribute to the national debate over executive power. --Andrew E. Busch, author of Reagan’s Victory: The Presidential Election of 1980 and the Rise of the Right
Mitchel A. Sollenberger is an assistant professor of political science at the University of Michigan–Dearborn and author of The President Shall Nominate: How Congress Trumps Executive Power. Mark J. Rozell is professor of public policy at George Mason University and author of Executive Privilege: Presidential Power, Secrecy, and Accountability.