Jeff Milton, retired attorney, will lead discussion after brief video presentation from Great Courses. Each month we’ll discuss a different topic. This month’s topic is “The Scope of the Executive Power”. Using the 1952 opinion of Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company v. Sawyer, let’s probe the slippery issue of how much power the U.S. president wields under the Constitution. One nuanced perspective comes from Justice Robert H. Jackson and his theory of executive power that views presidential power primarily through the lens of Congressional action.