What should be the scope of emergency powers that our leaders can utilize in times of danger and catastrophe? Clark and Paolucci, both celebrated professors of political science, explore the issues involved. The writings included in the book are even more compelling than when they first appeared, for the events which have taken place since then have made us more apprehensive, less certain of our safety as a people and a nation.
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