Congressional Controls on Presidential Trade Policymaking after INS v. Chadha, 18 N.Y.U. J. Int'l. L. & Pol. 1191 (1986)
The current controversy over U.S. trade policy swirls around the clash between the substantive policies of protectionism versus free trade. In this article, I ask not what U.S. trade policy should be, but rather who will make it? More specifically, by what devices will Congress seek to influence and oversee Executive Branch management of U.S. international trade policy in the months and years to come?
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Koh, Harold Hongju, "Congressional Controls on Presidential Trade Policymaking after INS v. Chadha" (1986). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2062.