". . . Superbly analyzes the practical and constitutional problems."--New York Law Journal, from the first edition
"A unique and useful reference."-Kirkus Review, from the first edition
". . . the best work on the subject."-Library Journal, from the first edition
"Feerick, author of this book, has been an active participant observer of the process of providing for presidential disability, presidential succession, and vice-presidential replacement. This work remains the definitive account of the adoption and implementation of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment." -Choice
About the Author
John D. Feerick is Professor and former Dean of Fordham Law School. In 1964 he was a member of the American Bar Association Conference on Presidential Inability and Vice Presidenial Vacancy, the recommendations of which helped shape the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He served from 1987 to 1990 as Chairman of the New York State Commission on Government Integrity, the collected reports of which were published by Fordham University Press as Government Ethics Reform in the 1990s (1991).