This Article analyzes the scope of presidential veto power. The author reviews the history and debate surrounding the design of the Veto Clauses, and highlights the veto's role in United States political and legal history. The author then examines the debate over the proper scope of the President's veto power, including recent judicial treatment of the pocket veto. The author argues that the veto power continues to play an important role in the separation of power scheme of our political system.
The President's Veto Power: An Important Instrument of Conflict in Our Constitutional System,
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