The Impeachment Of Mr. Nixon

March 1974
New Republic;3/16/74, Vol. 170 Issue 11, p5
Focuses on the impeachment of U.S. President Richard Nixon. Academic debate over impeachable offenses; Requirement that the president be charged with an indictable criminal offense; Defense of the integrity and independence of the presidency; Standard proposed by White House defense lawyer James Saint Claire; Involvement of President Richard Nixon in Watergate Scandal.


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