Presents the historical proceedings and precedents for impeachment in the US, leading up to the investigation of President Clinton. Providing a clear understanding of what the Constitution says about impeachment and how its terms have been applied throughout our history, this book gives readers the perspective they need to make informed decisions.
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Emily Field Van Tassel is visiting associate professor of law at Case Western Reserve University. She has served as Women's Law and Public Policy Fellow to the Senate Judiciary Committee and as consultant to the National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal. She is author of Why Judges Resign and has published articles on the history of judicial removal and interbranch relations. Paul Finkelman is President William McKinley Professor of Law and Public Policy at Albany Law School and the author of more than twenty books including the Library of Congress Civil War Desk Reference.
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