Hamilton, Madison And St. Clair

March 1974
New Republic;3/16/74, Vol. 170 Issue 11, p4
Focuses on the brief on impeachment written in behalf of U.S. President Richard Nixon by lawyer James Saint Clair. Impeachment of the president for an indictable crime; Explanation of former president James Madison concerning impeachment; Interest of scholars on the brief; Technicalities against the impeachment of President Richard Nixon; Impeachment due to abuse and violation of public trust; Strategy to delay and obstruct the impeachment proceedings.


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