The War Powers Resolution was passed in 1973. It was designed to limit the president's power to commit U.S. troops abroad without congressional approval.
The war powers act of 1941 was passed by Congress allowing the President to assume more power in building a military fleet to send overseas. This was because of the attack on Pearl Harbor as well as many other preceding factors. Previous attempts such as the Ludlow amendment would have called a national referenda to declare war. The 1941 war powers act ultimately was a declaration of war against the axis powers, notably Germany and Japan.
The War Powers Act of 1941 was never repealed. It was followed up by the War Powers Act of 1943 and then limited by the War Powers Resolution of 1973. Should it be repealed? Yes. It clearly contradicts the text of the constitution that states that it is Congress' responsibility to enter hostilities.
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