Having fewer veterans in Congress makes it less likely to restrain president's use of force
from The Washington Post
Scholars traditionally argue that Congress has done little to oversee military policy. But some new research suggests that Congress may indeed be able to constrain the White House in its decisions about when and how to use military force — especially, my research shows, if enough members of Congress are military veterans.
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