"The President Has Been Shot"
Confusion, Disability, and the 25th Amendment in the Aftermath of the Attempted Assassination of Ronald ReaganBook - 1992
Using the attempt on Ronald Reagan's life as an example, Dr Herbert Abrams examines the efficacy of the 25th Amendment, the American constitutional law which provides for the transfer of power to the Vice-President in the event of the illness or disability of the President.
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, 
Copyright Date: ©1992
Characteristics: 363 pages : illustrations