10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONGRESSIONALIST»
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A Question of Balance: The President, the Congress, and ...
A second framework, the congressionalist perspective, maintains that the
Framers intended to vest the power to commit the country to war solely in
Congress, leaving the president only the power to repel sudden attacks and to
wage war as ...
James G. Blaine and Latin America
David Healy. James G. Blaine and Latin America In June Egan attempted to
restart the peace process. He wrote Rear Admiral William P. McCann, then at
Iquique, asking him to solicit new peace proposals from the congressionalist
Brassey's Annual: The Armed Forces Year-book
During the rest of the war the Almirante Condell, Almirante Lynch, and Imperial
were constantly moving hither and thither, but they did no further damage to the
Congressionalist navy. Though once or twice chased by the Esmeralda, they ...
Thomas Allnutt Brassey Brassey (2d earl), 1892
Grace: W.R. Grace & Co., the Formative Years, 1850-1930
With these arms and a growing momentum in the Congressionalist favor, an army
was embarked and transported south in August. It came ashore at Quintero Bay
just north of Valparaiso on August 20. Observing the scene out of curiosity and ...
Lawrence A. Clayton, 1985
The Grand Illusion: The Prussianization of the Chilean Army
(Apparendy, the Congressionalist soldiers also mutilated their bodies; Barbosa's
was ceremoniously reburied years later.) Del Canto's and Korner's decision to
assault frontally cost the rebels 20 percent dead, wounded, or missing. Clearly ...
William F. Sater, Holger H. Herwig, 1999
The Latter-Day Saints' Millennial Star
On the 28th, however, General Canto, the Congressionalist commander, was
intrenched, with 8000 men, outside of Valparaiso. President Balmaceda, whose
army numbered 20,000, ordered an assault on General Canto's position, which
A History of South America, 1854-1904
CHAPTER XX chile — continued Country round Quinteros. Congressionalist
Army. Tactics of Defence. Battle of Conc6n. Congressionalist Victory. Heavy
Casualties. Reorganisation of Government Troops. Reinforcements from
Charles Edmond Akers, 1904
Long Wars and the Constitution
Another problem with the standard war powers debate is that the
congressionalist position has rested on an account of presidential motivation
drawn straight from the eighteenth century. In this telling, presidents go to war out
of ambition and a ...
A History of Chile, 1808-2002
The first major Congressionalist success came on Febtuaty 6, with the caprure of
Pisagua. Larer that month, patrly through the mediation of the Btitish admital Sit
William Hotham, Balmaceda's troops sutrendered Iquique. Finally, on Match 6, ...
Simon Collier, William F. Sater, 2004
Chile and the United States: Empires in Conflict
linking Santiago with Peru, it sundered the cable connection to the
Congressionalist headquarters. Although legal, and carried out at the behest of
the Moneda, this act merely aggravated the rebels, who saw it as yet another
example of ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONGRESSIONALIST»
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This week in religion history: Hallelujah! Hallelujah! …
Their trials had begun after a book by Cotton Mather, a Congressionalist pastor in Boston, stirred up the clergy and their parishioners following ... «National Post, Aug 12»
The Sword and the Purse (Part 2); The President as Commander in …
Accordingly, congressionalist scholars frequently turn to other authorities. First, they cite statements from various Founders, both before and ... «Heritage.org, Jun 11»
Celebrating the shortest day (or longest night) of the year
According to Diane Morrison, a priestess with the Congressionalist Wiccan Association, this day is celebrated as the symbolic death and rebirth ... «Kelowna.com, Dec 09»