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by Robert J. Joynt,James F. Toole

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Author: Robert J. Joynt,James F. Toole
Publisher: University of Rochester Press (June 15, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 796
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics and Government
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Certainly, the treaty making process that Wilson attended and that was interrupted by strokes and flue and the ensuing relenting on his softer peace terms to crueler ones by the French and British did much to create conditions in Germany that gave rise to WWII. Hiding such presidential limitations does not do anyone any good.

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Papers, Discussions, and Recommendations on the Twenty-Fifth Amendment and Issues of Inability and Disability in Presidents of the United States. Eds James F Toole, Robert J Joynt

Papers, Discussions, and Recommendations on the Twenty-Fifth Amendment and Issues of Inability and Disability in Presidents of the United States. Eds James F Toole, Robert J Joynt. He had had a severe heart attack in 1955

James Toole, MD is Professor of Neurology at Wake Forest University; Robert Joynt, MD is Professor of. .This book is especially pertinent with the recent 2000 Presidential election, as the health of the candidates, as well as their right to privacy, have become public issues.

James Toole, MD is Professor of Neurology at Wake Forest University; Robert Joynt, MD is Professor of Neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. James Toole, MD is Professor of Neurology at Wake Forest University; Robert Joynt, MD is Professor of Neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

Toole, James F. and Joynt, Robert J. Bibliographic Citation. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2001. Managing Crisis: Presidential Disability and the Twenty- Fifth Amendment . Gilbert, Robert E. (2000). Related Items in Google Scholar. Весь DSpace Сообщества и коллекции Авторы Названия By Creation Date Эта коллекция Авторы Названия By Creation Date.

Papers and Discussions on Inability and Disability among U. Presidents. Published April 15, 2001 by University of Rochester Press.

DISABILITY AMONG PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 276, 278 (James F. Toole &Robert J. Joynt . Joynt ed. 2001). 8. See infra Section . 20. Vice President Chester Arthur could hardly have seized power from President James Garfield on his deathbed given the embarrassing circumstances of the tran-sition: Garfield's shooter had shouted "I am a Stalwart of the Stalwarts Ar-thur is president now!" GEORGE FREDERICK HOWE, CHESTER A. ARTHUR: A QUARTER-CENTURY OF MACHINE POLITICS 149 (photo. reprint 1957) (1935) (cita-tion omitted).

a b Joynt, Robert J. and Toole, James F. Presidential Disability: Papers and Discussions on Inability and Disability Among U. Joynt and Toole, p. xxxv, 45. ^ Altman, Lawrence K. "Doctor at the White House Is Dismissed. Woodbridge, Suffolk, UK: University of Rochester Press, 2001, p. xxxiv. "Appointment of T. Burton Smith as Physician to the President.

leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Arthurian romances. and Joynt, Robert . ed. Presidential Disability: Papers, Discussions, and Recommendations on the Twenty-Fifth Amendment and Issues of Inability and Disability Among Presidents of the United States (Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2001), p. 537. 149. Id. at p. 231. 150. 151. Presidential Disability, supra note 147; The Twenty-Fifth Amendment, supra note 12, at pp. 225–232. 152. Presidential Disability, supra note 147, at pp. 167–168; The Twenty-Fifth Amendment, supra note 12, at p. 31. 153. 235. See Appendix F for a list of the Working Group's recommendations.

Who should determine when a United States president is unable to fulfill the office's responsibilities? What political and medical decisions are necessary? This book consists of the proceedings of a series of conferences held by the Working Group on Disability in US Presidents. The Working Group contains medical doctors, politicians, and former administration members, who examine the current implications of the 25th Amendment to the United States Constitution. This Amendment establishes the causes and methods for the removal (either temporary or permanently) of the President of the United States if he/she becomes incapacitated and what the chain-of-command is in the event of his/her removal. The Working Group received a great deal of national attention from these conferences, and its findings and policy recommendations were endorsed by former Presidents Carter and Ford. The implications of the Working Group's findings are currently being debated by the United States Congress. This book is especially pertinent with the recent 2000 Presidential election, as the health of the candidates, as well as their right to privacy, have become public issues. James Toole, MD is Professor of Neurology at Wake Forest University; Robert Joynt, MD is Professor of Neurology at the University of Rochester Medical Center.