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How Congress can take back control of America's wars

Congress has a constitutional role in determining the use of U.S. military force, but there are two characteristic forms of error that go with it: Either lawmakers let the president do whatever he wants, without legal authorization, or they micromanage the commander in chief to the point where he cannot take necessary action, at least not openly.

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