Subpoenaing The President

Lewin, Nathan
June 1973
New Republic;6/9/73, Vol. 168 Issue 23, p19
Highlights the issues surrounding the Watergate affairs trial of President Richard Nixon in Washington D.C. Justification to the calling of Nixon before a grand jury; Effects of a witness' plea of guilt on the court proceedings; Questions on the integrity of the criminal justice system; Report that the U.S. Constitution discusses impeachment in describing the functions of the Senate.


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