William J Fulbright, Chairman,Foreign Relations Committee, talks about power of Congress in United States.
United States USA Date:1971 Duration:10 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
Debate on the 'Role of Congress in Foreign Policies' between John C Stennis and William J Fulbright in United States organized by the American Enterprise Institute. Senator William James Fulbright, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee discusses Section- 8, Article-1 about the powers of the Congress. He states the power of Congress regarding war and making rules. He states that since the Kingdom of George III the power remains with the supreme, as stated in article -2 the President has the powers to command all three defensives branches of country. He discusses the role of the President. Fulbright talks about war and treaty power, that the Senate has always supported the Congress, but the Congress has constitutional authority to exercise powers.
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