TITLE

What Now?

AUTHOR(S)
Bickel, Alexander M.
PUB. DATE
November 1973
SOURCE
New Republic;11/3/73, Vol. 169 Issue 18, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses issues and characteristics of the Watergate investigation, which involves the U.S. President, Richard Nixon. Overview on the legal questions raised with the dismissal of investigator Archibald Cox; Options available for achieving an effective investigation; Reference to the acceptance of the legal proposition by John Sirica, a judge; View that in the American Constitution, there is no real power countervailing the President's within the executive branch; Doubts over the capacity of the government to handle the impeachment trial.
ACCESSION #
10167424

 

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