When I left law school, I did not realize that I would have a unique opportunity to apply the learning I received on the Constitution. It all started with a newspaper item I saw describing a constitutional problem involving the disability of a President. I mentioned the subject to my college classmate, Louis Viola, who said he had a file of newspaper clippings that dealt with the disabilities of President Eisenhower. Upon reading it, I became fascinated by the subject and decided to research the issue and offer my ideas as to a solution.
Law; Constitutional Law; Law and Politics; Legal Biography; Legal History; President/Executive Department; Legislation
John D. Feerick,
The Twenty-Fifth Amendment: A Personal Remembrance,
86 Fordham L. Rev. 1075
Available at: http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol86/iss3/5