The countries of Europe were very divided after World War I and were in no mood to establish a world changing organization dedicated to promoting world peace and understanding. The U.S not being a european country( an outsider) may have helped fix problems as a median. But, congress was not interested in european affairs.
How did the War Powers Resolution of 1973 affect the power of the US president?
Answer: The resolution placed a limit on the president's ability to send troops into hostile areas.
Passed in 1973 over the veto of President Richard Nixon, the War Powers Resolution (its official name) blocks presidents from continuing the pursuance of a war without Congress's approval. In practice, however, the War Powers Act has often been sidestepped by presidents. The US Constitution leaves some tension in place between the legislative and executive branch when it comes to the country's involvement in war. Article I of the Constitution gives Congress the power to declare war. But Article II names the President the Commander-in-Chief, and presidents frequently have understood that role as containing the authority to deploy US forces without first getting congressional approval. The War Powers Act has been an ongoing point of controversy as US forces have been sent into all sorts of conflict zones in the 21st century without formal declarations of war.
This theory was the driving force behind the Kennedy administration’s actions in Vietnam. What was it?
Who was the leader of Tammany Hall
When was psychology accepted ad an academic discipline?
The answer to your question is,
In 1879 as the result of the efforts of Wilhelm Wundt, who organized the first experimental psychology laboratory at the University of Leipzig.
The dry, treeless region that lies between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains is called the: Central Valley
Which section of the Declaration of Independence lists what everyone is entitled to have? a.) Resolution of Independence
b.) Lists of Grievances
c.) Declaration of Rights
Should be it
Which is the best example of the influence of Athenian democracy on later governments? (Points : 3) the communist government of the Soviet Union the dictatorship of Hitler's Nazi Germany the representative democracy of the United States the absolute monarchies of Europe's Middle Ages
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The Supreme Court justices are more willing to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional than to strike down presidential actions as contradicting the U.S. Constitution. Why is this the case? When have the Supreme Court justices checked presidential power in the past?