Bad Precedent

September 1974
New Republic;9/7/74, Vol. 171 Issue 10, p2
Focuses on the involvement of U.S. President Richard Nixon in the Watergate scandal in the U.S. Information on the investigation carried by the committee under the chairmanship of Representative Peter Rodino; Reason behind the impeachment of Nixon; Exposure of the role of Nixon in concealing the bombing in Cambodia; Statement by James Iredell, one of the first Supreme Court justices, that the President must certainly be punishable for giving false information to the Senate.


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