This symposium issue featuring a report and articles on the Twenty-Fifth Amendment and the presidential succession system is perfectly timed. Its release comes in the final month of the year that marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Twenty-Fifth Amendment’s ratification and at a moment of unprecedented public discussion of the Amendment. Yet, in Fordham Law School’s unique history with the Twenty-Fifth Amendment, auspicious timing is not unusual.
Law; Constitutional Law; Law and Politics; Legal History; President/Executive Department; Legislation
Foreword: Continuity in the Presidency: Gaps and Solutions,
86 Fordham L. Rev. 911
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