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Title:
Managing crisis : presidential disability and the twenty-fifth amendment
Author:
Gilbert, Robert E.
Publication Information:
New York : Fordham University Press, 2000.
Physical Description:
xxiii, 277 pages ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
The twenty-fifth amendment: its origins and history / John D. Feerick -- The genius of the twenty-fifth amendment: guarding against presidential disability but safeguarding the presidency / Robert E. Gilbert -- Reflections on the twenty-fifth amendment as we enter a new century / Birch Bayh -- Presidential illness and the twenty-fifth amendment: a former White House physician's perspective / James M. Young -- In sickness and in health: medical care for the president of the United States / E. Connie Mariano -- Medical considerations in the determination of presidential disability / Lawrence C. Mohr -- Broken minds, broken hearts, and the twenty-fifth amendment: psychiatric disorders and presidential disability / Jerrold M. Post -- The president's spouse, the president's health, and the twenty-fifth amendment / Robert S. Robins -- The vice presidency and the twenty-fifth amendment: the power of reciprocal relationships / Joel K. Goldstein -- The imperfect but useful twenty-fifth amendment / Tom Wicker -- Report of the Working Group on Disability in U.S. Presidents / Edited by Robert J. Joynt and James F. Toole -- Report of the Miller Center Commission on Presidential Disability and the Twenty-Fifth Amendment / edited by Kenneth W. Thompson.
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ISBN:
9780823220861

9780823220878
Format :
Book