- Clinton Impeached and Acquitted. Horn, Geoffrey M // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p41
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- Perjury can cover up myriad crimes and abuses. Sowell, Thomas // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;02/01/99, Vol. 28 Issue 32, p19
Reminds the American public that perjury, not extramarital indiscretion, is the central issue in the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. Clinton defenders' strategy of misstating the issue in order to make it appear that the crime is not an impeachable offense; Possibility of...
- Biographies of U.S. Presidents: Bill (William Jefferson) Clinton (1993-). // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p561
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- Clinton on trial. // Current Events;1/15/99, Vol. 98 Issue 15, p1
Reports on the United States House of Representatives' formal impeachment of President Bill Clinton with the recommendation of his removal from office by the U.S. Senate. Articles of impeachment; Accusations of Democrats against the Republicans signifying that the voting was not cordial. ...
- Back to Business. // Current Events;3/12/99, Vol. 98 Issue 20, p1
Focuses on the effects of the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton on the presidency and the United States. Charges against the president; Reactions of the political parties.
- Sidelights. // Current Events;3/12/99, Vol. 98 Issue 20, p2
Focuses on the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. Motion to censure the president; Precedent of censure.
- Necessary Impeachments, Necessary Acquittals. Lindberg, Tod // Policy Review;Feb/Mar2000, Issue 99, p3
Examines the concern with the policy of impeachment in the United States (US). Information on the cases of political figures in the US history which pertain to impeachment; Conditions why US President Bill Clinton was acquitted from his impeachment trial; Problem of the independent counsel law.
- `High Crimes' After Clinton. Whittington, Keith E. // Policy Review;Feb/Mar2000, Issue 99, p27
Examines the implication of the impeachment of United States (US) President Bill Clinton to the legislative process and looks at the expiration of the independent counsel statute. Why the US Congress does not respect the judicial doctrine of stare decisis; Information on an academic commentary...
- When was the vote? // Hudson Valley Business Journal;12/21/98-12/28/98, Vol. 9 Issue 17, p4
Editorial. Charges that a survey's results are not sufficient basis for deciding whether United States President Bill Clinton should be impeached or not.