From failing hands; the story of presidential succession [by] John D. Ferrick. Foreword by Paul A. Freund.

New York, Fordham University Press [1965] .

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Subjects Etats-Unis -- PreĢsidents -- Succession.
Presidents -- Succession -- United States.
Presidents -- Succession.
United States.
Description xiv, 368 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-361).
Contents A President Dies in Office -- The Beginnings (1607-1804) -- Succession Before the Constitution -- The Succession Provisions of the Constitution -- The First Succession Law -- Early Days of the Vice-Presidency -- The System in Operation (1805-1965) -- Decline of the Vice-Presidency -- The Tyler Precedent -- An Era of Tragedy -- First Case of Presidential Inabiity -- The Succession Law of 1886 -- The Concealed Inability -- Succession: 1897-1912 -- The Wilson Inability -- Succession: 1921-1933 -- The Roosevelt-Truman Years -- The Succession Law of 1947 -- The Eisenhower Years -- The Johnson Vice-Presidency -- Improving the System -- Presidential Inability -- Vice-Presidential Vacancy -- Line of Succession -- Other Areas -- Other Systems -- Succession in the States -- Succession in Foreign Countries.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)189364
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WorldCat Identities Feerick, John D.
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