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debate between presidentialist and congressionalist legal scholars about
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Given the AntiFederalists' proclivity to criticize the Constitution for excessive grants of authority to the President as Commander-in-Chief, their clear fear of the breadth of Congress's powers under the Declare War Clause augurs strongly in favor of the congressionalist understanding of the Constitution's original division of powers.
1543, 155152 (2002) (articulating a narrower version of the congressionalist argument).
But see Prakash, supra note 1, at 86-88 (locating support for congressionalist views in the ratification debates).

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