That Archaic 'Grand Inquest of the Nation'

Colton, Mary
January 1975
American Bar Association Journal;Jan1975, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p121
Academic Journal
Examines various issues concerning impeachment in Great Britain and in the U.S. as of 1975. Historical background of impeachment; Analysis of Article III of the draft charges against U.S. President Richard Nixon; Problems of a trial of a head of state; Requests for a confession before a pardon would be granted; Advantages of a criminal trial as an alternative to impeachment.


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