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  1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court: And in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors, of the State of New York by Esek Cowen, Robert Johnstone, 2010-02-04
  2. The Impeachment of President Yeltsin by Kaj Hober, 2003-12
  3. A Faithful Register of the Late Rebellion: Or, an Impartial Account of the Impeachments, Trials [&c.] of All Who Have Suffered for the Cause of the Pretender in Great Britain by Faithful Register, 2010-04-08
  4. Fool for a Client: Richard Nixon's Free Fall toward Impeachment by Will R. Wilson, 2001
  5. Tammany's treason, impeachment of Governor Sulzer; the complete story written from behind the scenes, showing how Tammany plays the game, how men are bought, sold and delivered by Jay W Forrest, 2010-08-29
  6. Collections of Passages Referr'd to by Dr. Henry Sacheverell in His Answer to the Articles of His Impeachment ... by Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection, 2010-04-03
  7. Proceedings In The Trial Of Andrew Johnson, President Of The United States, Before The United States Senate On Articles Of Impeachment V1 by Andrew Johnson, 2007-07-25
  8. Report of the trial of the Hon. Samuel Chase, one of the associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, before the High Court of Impeachment, ... exhibited against him by the House of Rep by Samuel Chase, Charles F. H Evans, 2010-08-31
  9. An Inquiry Into the Origin of Parliamentary Impeachments: With a History of the Most Remarkable Proceedings of That Kind From the Beginning to Our Time. ... Former Lord High Chancellor of England. by Author Unknown, 2009-04-27
  10. Impeachment, or no impeachment: or, an enquiry how far the impeachment of certain persons, at the present juncture, would be consistent with honour and justice. by See Notes Multiple Contributors, 2010-06-10
  11. High crimes and misdemeanors: "Wherefore Richard M. Nixon ... warrants impeachment" : the dramatic story of the Rodino Committee by Howard Fields, 1978
  12. Impeachment of Richard M. Nixon President of the United States. by U. S. House. Committee on the Judiciary., 2001-03-01
  13. Documents illustrating the impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham in 1626 by Samuel Rawson Gardiner, 2010-08-31
  14. Cases Argued and Determined in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and Correction of Errors in the State of New-York [1796-1805], Volume 1 by George Caines, 2010-02-23

81. Memoirs Of The Life Of The Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan — Volume 02 By M
By Thomas Moore. Second of two volumes. From the 1787 impeachment of Warren Hastings, to Sheridan s funeral. In plain text (two versions), as a zip file, or in Plucker format, from Project Gutenberg.
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82. The Beat | The Nation
Weblog entry discussion of the impeachment proceeding against President George W. Bush initiated at the town meeting.
http://www.thenation.com/blogs/thebeat?pid=66527

83. The Clinton Diaries By Fred Petrovsky
Fact-based historical novel about Bill Clinton s presidency, focusing on his affair with Monica Lewinsky and the ensuing impeachment.
http://www.theclintondiaries.com/

84. A Time To Heal Our Nation, 12/21/98
Former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter favor a bipartisan resolution of censure by the Senate after the Clinton impeachment vote. (NY Times - December 21, 1998)
http://www.ford.utexas.edu/library/speeches/981221.htm
A Time to Heal Our Nation
By Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter The New York Times Op-Ed, Monday, December 21, 1998 It is proverbial that old men plant trees as an act of faith, precisely because they know they won't themselves live to sit under the shade. In this spirit, we believe the time has come to put aside political differences and plant seeds of justice and reconciliation. There is precedent for this, for during our Presidencies each of us made difficult and controversial decisions in efforts to heal national divisions - the pardoning of President Richard Nixon and the granting of amnesty for those who had avoided the Vietnam draft. In the wake of President Clinton's impeachment by the House of Representatives, America once again suffers from a grievous and deepening wound. Our people are angrily divided. Our political institutions are called into question. Public confidence erodes under waves of personal smearmongering. Against such a backdrop of inflamed emotions, we are convinced that the public good requires a prompt and fair resolution of the impeachment issue. While our acts of pardon or clemency are not directly analogous to the decision pending before the Senate, how that body resolves the issue can have similar benefits of healing and finality. Fortunately, Senate procedures, through their flexibility and freedom, provide the means to end this national ordeal in ways that can uphold the rule of law without permanently damaging the Presidency. Before the Senators make history, we hope they will first turn to history for help in devising what would be, in effect, a unique punishment for a unique set of offenses.

85. Washingtonpost.com Direct Access
Comments from Dershowitz on the impeachment trial of President Clinton, during the pendency of proceedings.
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    Friday, January 15, 1999 The House Judiciary Committee heard the testimony of Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz when it was considering the articles of impeachment against President Clinton. Dershowitz, a Clinton defender and the author of a new book called "Sexual McCarthyism: Clinton, Starr and the Emerging Constitutional Crisis," was online Jan. 15
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    With the second day of the impeachment trial underway, Alan Dershowitz joins us from Boston. Prof. Dershowitz, this trial has been called both a legal and political proceeding. What do you see it as. And how do you regard yourself, as a legal or political actor? Prof. Alan M. Dershowitz: None of the above. I think this is a constitutional proceeding that should not be legalistic, nor should it be crassly political. The central point is whether the allegations, if true, constitute treason, bribery or high crimes and misdemeanors. To answer that question, we don't need testimony about who touched who where, but rather about the intent of the framers, the nature of our constitutional system and the criteria for removal of the president. This should not be a trial in the legal or political sense. It should be a great constitutional debate about the meaning of our system of checks and balances.
  • 86. U.S. House Of Representatives Committee On The Judiciary
    Shown are membership, jurisdiction and rules, Committee publications, including impeachment publications.
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    87. OAB - Distrito Federal
    A OAB sempre esteve frente dos grandes acontecimentos nacionais que mudaram a hist ria do Brasil, como a quest o dos direitos humanos, a anistia, a campanha das diretas-j , a convoca o da Constituinte e o impeachment do ex-presidente Collor. A Seccional do DF, em especial, por estar sediada no centro do poder, participou intensamente desses momentos, em defesa da ordem jur dica e da liberdade democr tica. Brasil
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    88. Why I Believe Bush Must Go - Washingtonpost.com
    Former senator George McGovern says that while Nixon was bad, Bush and Cheney are worse, and explains why the only honorable course is impeachment.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/04/AR2008010404308.

    89. Protest Of The President Against Certain Proceedings Of The House Of Representat
    President Buchanan s formal complaint filed March 28, 1860 against the House of Representatives for their investigation for possible impeachment by the committee chaired by John Covode of Pennsylvania.
    http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=moa;idno=AEW6151.0001.001

    90. U.S. Senate: Reference Home > Statistics & Lists
    Lists senators since 1789, plus committee chairs, women, and minorities. Also, senators who have served longest, been appointed, changed parties, joined third parties, and become president. And, salaries, leaders, tie-breakers, chronology, meeting places, expulsions, censures, treaties, impeachments, and nominations.
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    91. Impeach President Bush - The Petition Site
    Impeach President Bush
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    Petition is to call for the Impeachment of President George W. Bush. President Bush has lied to the American people and to Congress about weapons of mass destruction and the purported "grave and imminent" threat Iraq posed to the U.S. So far, no weapons of mass destruction have turned up, and the only imminent danger we've seen is the danger of our Soldiers, Sailors and Marines being killed in a country that doesn't want us there.
    President George W. Bush, V.P. Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld have carried out a preemptive war of aggression, attacking people who did not threaten the United States and killing and maiming thousands. Their actions violate the U.S. Constitution and the U.N. Charter which prevents countries from waging attack on other countries except as an attack of self-defense in response to an imminent threat.
    The Bush administration and Attorney General John Ashcroft have treated the Bill of Rights with contempt and have sought to roll back decades of hard won civil rights and rights for working people. This President has claimed for himself the authority to jail citizens and residents of the United States indefinitely, without any charge against them, without trial and without access to a lawyer.

    92. Impeach President Bush Now! Petition
    Offers a petition directed to the U.S. Congress asking them to impeach President George Bush.
    http://new.petitiononline.com/JW1955/
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    93. ImpeachPAC
    Aims to elect a Congress to impeach Bush and Cheney, if there is proof they lied to send the US into Iraq and wiretap US citizens without a court order.
    http://www.impeachpac.org/

    94. Impeach Bush
    An anti-Bush site whose author claims to track the lies and impeachable offenses of George W. Bush.
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    95. BBC News |Clinton Trial - Interactive Who's Who And Timeline
    BBC news coverage of Clinton s trial by the Senate.
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    William Jefferson Clinton is only the second American president to have faced an impeachment trial in the Senate.
    And like Andrew Johnson before him, the Senate has acquitted him. Prosecutors failed to secure either of the two counts brought against him in the Senate trial, and could not even muster a simple majority on the first vote. A two-thirds majority was needed to convict on either charge. Click the names above to find out more about the main players in the courtroom or click the links in the timeline to chart the progress of the trial. Stage 1 7 January

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    plea (Day 4) Clinton defence attacks charges as vague (Day 5) White House wraps up Clinton defence (Day 6) Stage 4 22 - 24 January Senators question both sides.

    96. William The Impeached
    Anti-Clinton rants and humor.
    http://www.williamtheimpeached.com/
    Welcome to the William the Impeached Web Site November 2005 Over 10 years ago, I started creating my first web site in Microsoft Publisher. I was appalled at how the Clintons were screwing up this country for their personal greed so I made an Anti-Clinton web site to practice my skills. Over the next few years, that site grew to 100s of pages as they did give us a lot of material to work with. The day that George W. Bush took office was the last time I updated that web site. For the last five years the site has just sat dormant but very popular. Recently, I've been house-cleaning the many web sites I maintain, and the Anti-Clinton was way overdue. Just for kicks I checked to see if williamtheimpeached.com was available and imagine my surprise when I found it was. So this is the new "William the Impeached" web site in Hillary's favorite color! Since the Clintons are a piece of work and this site is a work in progress check back often for updates. A OldHippie.com

    97. Presidential Succession
    Order of succession if the President of the United States if the sitting president quits, dies, becomes disabled or is impeached.
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    98. American Presidents: Life Portraits
    A collection of facts and trivia about Johnson s life.
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