18 Notre Dame L. 288 (1942-1943)
Generally, we may say that the executive power to initiate military action is commensurate with the emergency. If the situation is grave, the civil courts may be closed and a military commission appointed by the governor to substitute for the judiciary. In all events the power is potentially a vast one. Discriminate, ly applied it bargains a temporary suspension of rights for a restoration of law and order.
William B. Lawless,
Military Action in Labor Disputes,
18 Notre Dame L. 288 (1942-1943).
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