The Antiquities Act of 1906: No president is licensed to revoke national monuments
Bruce Fein (2017). The Antiquities Act of 1906: No president is licensed to revoke national monuments. The Washington Times. 1 August.
|Title||The Antiquities Act of 1906: No president is licensed to revoke national monuments|
|Publication Date||1st Aug 2017|
|Source||The Washington Times|
|Country||United States of America|
|Subject||Legislation, Preservation, Threat|
|Comments||"A successor president may not repeal the law by a proclamation renouncing his predecessor's signature."|