November 1973
New Republic;11/10/73, Vol. 169 Issue 19, p4
Presents observations of former U.S. President James Madison on impeachment. Conditions under which the U.S. Congress can impeach a President; Argument given by Madison that the wanton removal of meritorious officers would subject a President to impeachment; Discussion of circumstances that may arise after removal of worthy officers; Criticism of U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration.


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