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Impeachment Defanged And Other Institutional Ramifications Of The Clinton Scandals, Michael J. Gerhardt Jan 2001

Impeachment Defanged And Other Institutional Ramifications Of The Clinton Scandals, Michael J. Gerhardt

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The Constitutional Case For The Impeachability Of Former Federal Officials: An Analysis Of The Law, History, And Practice Of Late Impeachment, Brian C. Kalt Jan 2001

The Constitutional Case For The Impeachability Of Former Federal Officials: An Analysis Of The Law, History, And Practice Of Late Impeachment, Brian C. Kalt

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Falling Out Of Love With America: The Clinton Impeachment And The Madisonian Constitution, Frank O. Bowman Iii Jan 2001

Falling Out Of Love With America: The Clinton Impeachment And The Madisonian Constitution, Frank O. Bowman Iii

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First, were the Nixon and Clinton affairs truly as different as my memory makes them? Were the villains of Watergate as villainous and the heroes as heroic as I remember them? Were nearly all the players on both sides of l'affaire Lewinsky as shallow and fatuous as they seemed? Or to put the question in broader historical context, was the impeachment of Bill Clinton truly distinct, not only from Watergate, but from all of the other (fortunately few) occasions on which a president was seriously threatened with removal from office? Second, if the Clinton impeachment really was as bizarre ...