Letter from Sen. Ken Keating to Sen. Birch Bayh

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A key barrier was Senator Ken Keating of New York, who had favored an enabling amendment rather than one specifying procedures in the event of Presidential disability. On March 26 he sent Bayh a letter with a detailed analysis of S. J. Res. 139, including his commitment to support it if the change in succession could be deleted.

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Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975. "Letter from Sen. Ken Keating to Sen. Birch Bayh." Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries. Accessed 30 May 2017. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/56.

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Title

Letter from Sen. Ken Keating to Sen. Birch Bayh

Subject

Constitutional amendments.
Presidents -- Succession -- United States.

Description

A key barrier was Senator Ken Keating of New York, who had favored an enabling amendment rather than one specifying procedures in the event of Presidential disability. On March 26 he sent Bayh a letter with a detailed analysis of S. J. Res. 139, including his commitment to support it if the change in succession could be deleted.

Creator

Keating, Kenneth B. (Kenneth Barnard), 1900-1975

Source

Birch Bayh Senatorial Papers, Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1964-03-26

Contributor

Modern Political Papers, Indiana University Libraries

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Language

English

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