It may be the ultimate constitutional question — but perhaps the answer is ultimately unknowable: How much can Congress intrude on the war-making authority of the president of the United States?

The issue rumbled through Capitol Hill last week, the subtext of competing congressional resolutions criticizing President George W. Bush’s war in Iraq and his plan to send an additional 21,500 more troops into the country.

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