Facts: During the Korean War, President Truman sought to avert a strike in the nation’s steel mills. He therefore issued an executive order directing his Secretary of Commerce to seize the mills and operate them under Fed direction. Congressional approval of the seizure order was not requested. The steel co. sought an injunction to prevent the seizure.
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