This volume, the second in the series, brings together experts in politics, law, and medicine and provides an in depth analysis of presidential disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment. It addresses the controversial questions which arise with regard to the Constitution and the transfer, withdrawal, and resumption of presidential authority. Also considered is the issue of the interpretation of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment. Co-published with the Miller Center.INTRODUCTION A volume of papers on the subject of Presidential Disability and the Twenty-fifth Amendment is a vital part of the Miller Centera#39;s inquiry and its ... The Brownell paper sets forth the main themes for the essays that follow.
|Title||:||Papers on presidential disability and the Twenty-fifth Amendment|
|Author||:||Kenneth W. Thompson|
|Publisher||:||Univ Pr of Amer - 1991-04|