Many people who support unconstitutional executive war powers like to claim that Thomas Jefferson took the same approach in the early 1800s against the Barbary pirates. But, beyond knowing there was a conflict, they know little about the facts – and Jefferson’s approach, which supports a very restricted executive – as required by the Constitution.

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