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This is a legal question more than a policy question. The US hasn’t had a Declaration of War since WW2. Why have all the conflicts since then never had a real Declaration of War from Congress rather than “authorizations”. Does something happen legally domestically if a DoW occurs? i.e. martial law? Government gets to take […]
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