This article examines the constitutionality of the FDIR and similar regulations issued pursuant to section 5 (b), and comments upon the basic propriety and desireability of delegations of broad emergency powers to the President. The development of executive powers under section 5(b) will first be discussed with an eye toward determining, through the legislative history, congressional intent underlying the section. The role of judicial review of the exercise of executive emergency powers will be examined, followed by an analysis of the theory underlying the delegation of such powers to the President. Finally, the constitutional limitations on the emergency powers of the executive will be examined.
Jeffrey G. Miller & John R. Garson, The Foreign Direct Investment Regulations: Constitutional Questions and Operational Aspects Examined, 11 B.C. Indus. & Corn. L. Rev. 143 (1970), http://digitalcommons.pace.edu/lawfaculty/258/.