`High Crimes': Precedents and Hypocrites

Taylor Jr., Stuart J.
January 1999
National Journal;1/16/99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p84
Discusses various arguments in favor and against the impeachment of United States (US) President Bill Clinton. Examination on whether the charges against him in the US Senate are impeachable offense; Information on the merits and flaws of the arguments.


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