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The History Place: Presidential Impeachment Proceedings


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Impeachment Of Wm J. Clinton
by Daniel Cohen

The Buck Stops Here: The Presidents of the United States (Updated Edition)
by Alice Provensen

Impeachment (Cornerstones of Freedom)
by Andrew Santella

Impeaching The President
by Isobel Morin

The Impeachment Process (The U.S. Government: How It Works)
by John Murphy

The Impeachment Process (Your Government: How It Works)
by Pegi Deitz Shea

Impeached: The Trial of President Andrew Johnson and the Fight for Lincoln's Legacy
by David O. Stewart

Impeach the President: The Case Against Bush and Cheney
by Dennis Loo, Peter Phillips, and Howard Zinn

An Affair of State: The Investigation, Impeachment, and Trial of President Clinton
by The Honorable Richard A. Posner

Grand Inquests: The Historic Impeachments of Justice Samuel Chase and President Andrew Johnson
by William Rehnquist and William H. Rehnquist

History of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, by the House of Representatives, and his trial by the Senate for high crimes and misdemeanors in office, 1868
by Edmund Gibson Ross

The Impeachment and Trial of President Clinton
by Merrill McLoughlin and Michael R. Beschloss

Proceedings of the United States Senate in the impeachment trial of President William Jefferson Clinton (SuDoc Y 1.1/3:106-4/V.1-4)
by U.S. Congressional Budget Office

Impeachment of President William Jefferson Clinton: The Evidentiary Record Pursuant to S. Res. 16, Volume XVI
by U.S. Senate

The Complete Idiots Guide to the Impeachment of the President
by Steven D. Strauss

Impeachment of the President: Speech of Hon. Benjamin M. Boyer, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the House of Representatives, February 22, 1868
by Benjamin Markley Boyer

Tentative Description of a Dinner Given to Promote the Impeachment of President Eisenhower

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Of thirty-five attempts at impeachment, only nine have come to trial. Because it cripples Congress with a lengthy trial, impeachment is infrequent. Many officials, seeing the writing on the wall, resign rather than face the ignominy of a public trial. The most famous of these cases is of course that of President Richard Nixon, a Republican.

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