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by Kenneth W. Thompson

  • Author: Kenneth W. Thompson
  • ISBN: 0761804242
  • ISBN13: 978-0761804246
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: University Press of America; 3 edition (July 11, 1996)
  • Pages: 234
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Papers on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: By Medical, Historical, and Political Authorities (Papers on Presidential Disability  the Twenty-Fifth Amendme) (Volume 3) ePub download

Contents: PART I: Presidential Disability; Chapter One: The Cover-up of Presidential Illness, The President's Physician, and the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Carlos F. Gomez, . and Dr. Kenneth R. Crispell, .

Contents: PART I: Presidential Disability; Chapter One: The Cover-up of Presidential Illness, The President's Physician, and the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Carlos F. Chapter Two: The Role of the Presidential Physician, Burton J. Lee III, . PART II: Woodrow Wilson; Chapter Three: Woodrow Wilson's Disability and the Contents: PART I: Presidential Disability; Chapter One: The Cover-up of Presidential Illness, The President's Physician, and the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Carlos F.

Start by marking Papers on Presidential Disability and the . Constitutional questions arise in the interpretation and implementation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment.

Start by marking Papers on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: By Six Medical, Legal and Political Authorities as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Politics, law and medicine come together in any analysis of presidential disability. For these reasons, the Miller Center turned to a group of outstanding medical, legal and political authorities to broaden and deepen understanding on presidential disability. PART II: Woodrow Wilson; Chapter Three: Woodrow Wilson's Disability and the Constitutional Crisis, Arthur.

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Leaders & Notable People. Papers on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment Vol. 1 : By Six Medical, Legal and Political Authorities.

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Papers on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment: By Six Medical, Legal and Political Authorities. Report of the Miller Center Commission on the Presidential Disability and the 25th Amendment.

The Twenty-fifth Amendment was added to the Constitution in 1967 as a response to long-festering issues of presidential disability and succession. Jimmy Carter and other critics have argued, however, that the amendment is badly flawed. These are cited here and a number are explained and defended.

In Managing Crisis: Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment, the contributors explore not only the historical beginnings and the subsequent development of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment, but also its contributions to the health of the nation.

This introduction to the special issue on presidential disability and succession focuses .

This introduction to the special issue on presidential disability and succession focuses on the distinctly positive contributions that invocations of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment have made to American political life since the Amendment's ratification in 1967. Presidential disability; Twenty-Fifth Amendment; presidential powers and duties; presidential succession; transfer of power.

In proposing the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Bayh worked closely with John .

In proposing the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Bayh worked closely with John D. Feerick, who went on to serve as dean of Fordham Law School and is now a professor there. He recounted the arduous process in a 1995 law journal article. The Twenty-Fifth Amendment could therefore be employed in the case of a President who is not incapacitated but is considered mentally impaired.

Contents: PART I: Presidential Disability; Chapter One: The Cover-up of Presidential Illness, The President's Physician, and the Twenty-fifth Amendment, Carlos F. Gomez, M.D., and Dr. Kenneth R. Crispell, M.D.; Chapter Two: The Role of the Presidential Physician, Burton J. Lee III, M.D.; PART II: Woodrow Wilson; Chapter Three: Woodrow Wilson's Disability and the Constitutional Crisis, Arthur S. Link; PART III: Calvin Coolidge; Chapter Four: Personal Grieving and Political Defeat: The Case of Calvin Coolidge, C. Knight Aldrich, M.D.; PART IV: John F. Kennedy; Chapter Five: Presidential Disability: The Case of John F. Kennedy, Robert E. Gilbert; Chapter Six: John F. Kennedy and the Issue of Presidential Disability, Kenneth R. Crispell, M.D.; PART V: Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert E. Gilbert; PART VI: Richard M. Nixon; Chapter Eight: The Three Faces of Richard Nixon, Vamik D. Volkan, M.D.; PART VII: President's Physician; Chapter Nine: The Bush Presidency and Presidential Disability, Burton J. Lee III, M.D.; Chapter Ten: Medical Cover-ups in the White House. Robert H. Ferrell; Appendix; Chapter Eleven: The Secret Mitterand Couldn't Take with Him, Craig R. Whitney.
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