Information Warfare and War Powers: Keeping the Constitutional Balance

Moss, Kenneth B.

2002

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  • Volume 26, Issue 2. Summer/Fall Continued advances in technology and a corresponding capacity for information warfare have raised serious questions regarding the U.S. Constitution. Congress must address these issues to maintain the governmental balance of power embodied in the War Powers Act.
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