Duquesne Law Review


With the passage of the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970, a very fundamental constitutional problem has once again come to the fore. The Act has granted to the President, in the very broadest terms, the power to regulate and control the economy of the United States. Such a pervasive grant of authority carries with it various constitutional implications; but the concern here is with the congressional delegation of power to the President.

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