Neal Katyal has a review of my book Power and Constraint in the Harvard Law Review. My response is here. Neal’s review basically claims that I don’t understand American separation of powers, and my response basically says the same … Read more »
While I am sure we differ in emphasis and details, I agree with the thrust of Trevor’s latest post. As I argued in my last two books, the early Bush administration approach to presidential power was, in reality and … Read more »
When I wrote on Friday about the “basic counterterrorism policies that Obama continued, with tweaks, from the late Bush administration,” I meant to refer only to policies that “Obama continued” from the Bush era, and not to make a claim … Read more »
I have not linked to the reviews of my book Power and Constraint as they have appeared, but by now there are enough reviews – by Gary Schmitt in the Weekly Standard, Christopher Caldwell in the NYT, Roger … Read more »
Samuel Moyn’s review of Mary Dudziak’s book War Time, like the book it reviews, makes interesting points about “endless war.” Along the way Moyn says that my book Power and Constraint claims “that Barack Obama, after the trials of … Read more »
Guess what? Jack has a new book out.
You probably already knew that, but in case you didn’t, it’s called Power and Constraint: The Accountable Presidency after 9/11. If you haven’t already scored a copy and read it, you … Read more »