Papers on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment, Volume 1
Kenneth W. Thompson
University Press of America, Jan 1, 1988 - Law - 190 pages
Politics, law and medicine come together in any analysis of presidential disability. Constitutional questions arise in the interpretation and implementation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment. 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. Contributors: Senator Birch E. Bayh, Jr.; Kenneth R. Crispell, M.D.; Paul B. Stephan III; C. Knight Aldrich, M.D.; Norman J. Knorr, M.D.; Daniel Harrington, M.D.; James F. Childress and Kenneth W. Thompson. The 'Report of the Miller Center Commission on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment' is included as an annex. Co-published with the Miller Center of Public Affairs.
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