In November 2007, as American soldiers were still being killed daily in Iraq, Mario Cuomo received an award for outstanding public service from the Federal Bar Council in New York. At a luncheon attended by more than 1,000 lawyers and federal judges, his game still intact, Cuomo railed against the war. He demanded that lawyers and judges use their abilities to have the war declared unconstitutional—a usurpation by the executive branch of Congress’s war powers.

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