Congress versus the President
John G. Tower, in Foreign Affairs (Winter 19811
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Who is chiefly responsible for American foreign policy: The Executive? The Congress? Or are, t'hey equal partners?
The issue has bedeviled the Republic since its founding, writes Tower, a Republican Senator from Texas, but the first significant con- gressional challenge to a President's conduct of foreign affairs was the Senate's rejection of Woodrow Wilson's Versailles Treaty in 1920....