While a slender volume, The Federal Impeachment Process offers the reader a variety of different insights on this topic, beginning with the debates at the Constitutional Convention and running to the modem-day practice of impeachment trials by committee rather than by the full senate. Impeachment is valuable reading, not just for those of us interested in American history, or those of us who are public officers of the United States, but for every American who wants to understand his or her morning newspaper better. Not only does it lift the veil of darkness surrounding the impeachment process, it provides a focus for the perceptions of all those who are concerned over the recent spate of impeachment threats.
Harold Baer Jr.,
How Serious is the Threat of Impeachment? And to Whom?,
Mich. L. Rev.
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